Gesyada Siregar is a curator, writer, and art organizer. She is subject coordinator for articulation and curation at GUDSKUL: Contemporary Art Collectives and Ecosystem Studies, Jakarta, Indonesia. She is interested in supporting young artists, the rereading of Indonesia art writings from the period of the 1940 to the 1990s, and how she can intertwine them. She likes to explore archives, astrology, experiential storytelling, games, media, and public programming as an art pedagogical module. Selected exhibitions, publications, and projects include: GUDSKUL’s Articulating FIXER 2021: An Appraisal of Indonesian Art Collectives in the Last Decade (2021); Within Square, Ruang Dini, Bandung, 2021; The Array of Clichéd Types, RURU Gallery, Jakarta, 2020; Projected Local Image, Selasar Sunaryo, Bandung, 2020; GUDSKUL’s Collective as School Workbookfor Art Gallery of York University, Toronto (2020); Instrumenta – International Media Arts Festival: Machine/Magic & Sandbox, National Gallery of Indonesia, Jakarta, 2018–2019; Jakarta Arts Council’s Paintings Collection: Theoryless Paintings, Galeri Cipta III, Jakarta, 2017; Indonesian Visual Art Heritage Book: Cap Go Meh – S. Sudjojono for Ministry of Education & Culture Republic of Indonesia (2017); and Mode of Liaisons – Japan Foundation’s Condition Report ‘What is Southeast Asia?’, Bangkok Art and Culture Centre, Bangkok, 2017. She also co-organizes Kelas Bareng, a monthly online joint class program between Gudskul; Städelschule, Frankfurt; blaxTARLINES KUMASI, Kumasi; and Nordland kunst- og filmhøgskole, Norway. She lives and works in Depok and Jakarta, and is the co-coordinator of the GUDsel at Gudskul, Jakarta in the Fellowship for Situated Practice.