Nada Bakr is a curator, researcher, and cultural manager based in Berlin. She holds a Master of Arts (MA) in Media Arts Cultures from Aalborg University, Denmark. For two years she studied at Media Arts Cultures, an Erasmus Mundus joint master programme between Austria, Denmark, Poland, and Hong Kong. Currently, she works on different art and cultural projects in Berlin and Cairo related to visual arts, digital culture, art and activism, digital rights and new media arts. Her work in the field of media arts is developed through research and practice on the intersection be- tween art, technology and society. She is the Managing Director and co-curator of Cairotronica – Cairo Electronic and New Media Art Festival, where she curates and manages the biennale festi- val program of exhibitions, live performances, workshops, artists talks and screenings. She is also a Community and Project manager at Disruption Network Lab – Berlin. At the lab, She works with a wide spectrum of topics on digital rights, privacy, hacktivism, whistleblowing, human rights and art activism embodied in diverse practices within social, political and economic matters.