Marko Stamenkovic (1977) is an art historian born and raised in the south of Serbia. He holds a PhD in Philosophy from the University of Ghent in Belgium with the thesis entitled Suicide Cultures: Theories and Practices of Radical Withdrawal. His main areas of interest are globality, coloniality of necropower and decoloniality, most notably with regard to the issue of epistemic injustice. Over the last decade he has been working primarily in the field of contemporary visual arts as a curator, critic, and lecturer focused on the intersection of visual thinking with social theories, political philosophies, and cultural practices of the oppressed. His current research revolves around pan-African subjectivities and Black resistance and liberation movements.