Melentie Pandilovski



Dr Melentie Pandilovski is a phenomenologist, art theorist/historian, director, and curator. His research, which includes over 200 curated projects and numerous publications, examines the links between art, culture, science and technology. 
His roles include Creative Producer International, JOLT Arts in Melbourne; Vice President of International Association of Art Critics (AICA) Macedonia; Member of the ; Manager, Art & Culture Sustainability, Arnhem, Northern and Kimberley Artists (ANKA) Aboriginal Corporation. (Darwin, Northern Territory); Director of Experimenta Media Arts in Melbourne; Director of Riddoch Art Gallery in Mount Gambier, South Australia; Director of Video Pool Media Arts Centre in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada; Director of the Visual Cultural Research Centre, Euro-Balkan Institute in Skopje, Macedonia; Director of the Experimental Art Foundation in Adelaide, Australia; and the Contemporary Arts Centre in Skopje, Macedonia.
He was Editor of Art in the Biotech Era (2008); Marshall McLuhan and Vilém Flusser’s Communication and Aesthetic Theories Revisited (2015). His publications include Perspectives on Living and Thinking Vectors of the Anthropocene, Found Sci (2021); Arts & Science – the Intersection (re)engineered in: A Companion to Curation, Brad Buckley and John Conomos (eds.), Wiley Blackwell (2019); What lies behind modern technology? The approaches of Marshall McLuhan and Vilém Flusser, Fine Print, Adelaide, South Australia, 2018; The Phenomenology of (Non)Habitual Spaces for the Bioarts in: Naturally Postnatural—Catalyst: Jennifer Willet, Ted Hiebert (ed), Catalyst Book Series (2017). Bio Art: Life in the Anthropocene, Artlink Magazine, Adelaide, South Australia, 2014 (Consultant Editor), On Modes of Consciousness(es) and Electronic Culture, in Glimpse, Phenomenology and Media, San Diego, California, 2000.