Ewa Sułek is an art historian, curator, writer and researcher. She studied art history at the University of Warsaw and the University of Cambridge. Her main research interests include contemporary Ukrainian art and relationships between art and politics. She is currently working on her PhD thesis about contemporary art spaces in Kyiv, carried out at the Academia Copernicana, interdisciplinary doctoral school at the Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń, in collaboration with the University of Cambridge Ukrainian Studies. Author of the book Chłopak z pianinem. O sztuce i wojnie na Ukrainie (The boy with the piano. On art and war in Ukraine, PWN, Warsaw 2018). She has also published short stories, and her most recent work is a theatre play about the absurdities of war in Donbas, Animals Who Ate Their Humans, premiered at the Corpus Playroom of the ADC Theatre in Cambridge in 2020. Together with artist Paweł Zaręba, she founded and runs the Lescer Art Center in Zalesie Górne near Warsaw.