Sevie Tsampalla is an art historian and curator. She is a PhD candidate at Liverpool John Moores University, writing on contesting and rethinking biennials with commoning, practices of cooperation and solidarity. She is interested in the sociopolitical potentialities that emerge at the intersections of art, exhibition making and urban everyday politics. She has initiated urban interventions in Athens and Brussels, with artists collectives Reconstruction Community and AAA respectively, and has curated exhibitions in artist-led spaces (Trophy Room, Liverpool (2016); Fabric Space, Pianofabriek, Brussels (2016); small Change, AirSpace gallery, Stoke-on-Trent (2013); Some Misunderstanding, Castlefield gallery, Manchester (2013)). As assistant curator for Liverpool Biennial (2016) and cluster-curator for Track, a citywide exhibition by S.M.A.K. Municipal Museum of Contemporary Art - Ghent (2012), she was responsible for curating and producing participatory performances, installations, conferences and publications.