Darko Aleksovski (1989) is a visual artist working on the intersection between images and writings. His practice is formed through different visual languages and ongoing research processes, as well as the relations between personal and collective memories.
Aleksovski holds MFA and BFA Degrees from the Faculty of Fine Arts in Skopje. He participated as an artist-in-residence at bm:ukk Artist-in-Residence Program (Vienna, Austria), Deutsche Börse Residency Program at Frankfurter Kunstverein (Frankfurt, Germany), the Digital Residency Program at SCS Centar-Jadro (Skopje, N. Macedonia), and the CreArt Artist-in-Residence Program at Atelierhaus Salzamt (Linz, Austria).
Notable group international exhibitions include Traces and Memories, Counihan Gallery in Brunswick (Melbourne, 2021), What would happen if? The choice to build an alternative future, Museo Santa Joana (Aveiro, 2020), Paying Attention, Akademie Graz (Graz, 2019), The Tokyo Art Book Fair 2017, Warehouse TERRADA (Tokyo, 2017), Streetlight, Revisited, Wedge (Chicago, 2019), and 55. Oktobarski Salon – Disappearing Things, The Museum of the City of Belgrade (Belgrade, 2014). He is currently based in Veles, North Macedonia.