Haizea Barcenilla is Professor of Art History at the University of the Basque Country (EHU/UPV), Spain. She holds a MFA in Curating from Goldsmiths College and a PhD in Art History and Museum Studies from the EHU/UPV. Her lines of research revolve around feminist studies in art and curating, with a specific focus on historiography, exhibition making and the politics of gaze. She was a resident curator at the Pavillon du Palais de Tokyo, Paris, and has curated a number of exhibitions in Spain, Ireland, France and Sweden. For seven weeks in October and November she will be an invited researcher at the Sapienza University in Rome to conduct research around classical and contemporary gardens, gender and colonialism.