Tihomir Topuzovski received his doctoral degree from the University of Birmingham in the UK. He also has two BAs in Philosophy and Art, and an MA in Art, and has received numerous academic achievement awards and research grants. He was also postdoctoral researcher at the Centre for Baltic and East European Studies in the Södertörn University in Stockholm. His research is at the intersection of philosophy, politics and the visual arts. He has published a number of papers and participated in individual and group exhibitions. His latest work includes an edited book: with Saul Newman (2021) The Posthuman Pandemic, published by Bloomsbury Academic. His other recent works are Aesthetics technique and spatial occupation in hybrid political regimes, Baltic Worlds, Vol. XIV:3, pp 57-63, and a contribution of chapter to an edited book: Topuzovski T. & Andreas L. (2020) Political protest, temporary urbanism and the deactivation of urban spaces, in Transforming Cities Through Temporary Urbanism – A Comparative Overview, ed. ANDRES, L & ZHANG, Y , Springer. Topuzovski currently is an editor-in-chief of the journal The Large Glass.