Inga Lāce lives in Riga and is a curator at the Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art since 2012. She was curator of the Latvian Pavilion of the Venice Biennale 2019 with the artist Daiga Grantina (co-curated with Valentinas Klimašauskas) and has been co-curator of the 7th-10th editions of the contemporary art festival SURVIVAL KIT (with co-curators Jonatan Habib Engqvist in 2017 and Angels Miralda and Solvita Krese in 2018-19, Riga). She is also co-curator of a research and exhibition project Portable Landscapes tracing and contextualizing Latvian artists' emigration and exile stories throughout the 20th century with exhibitions at Villa Vassilieff, Paris, Latvian National Art Museum, Riga (2018) and James Gallery at CUNY, New York (2019, co-curated with Andra Silapētere, Solvita Krese, Katherine Carl). She has recently curated exhibitions It Won’t Be Long Now, Comrades! at Framer Framed, Amsterdam (2017, co-curated with Katia Krupennikova) and Shared History at the Art Museum Riga Bourse (2018). Lāce was curatorial fellow at de Appel, Amsterdam (2015-2016) organizing a program and editing a publication on intersection of art and ecology Instituting Ecologies. Lāce currently works on a project Performing the Fringe (co-curated with Jussi Koitela, upcoming at Konsthall C, Stockholm, 2020) and an exhibition Spoiled Waters Spilled in Manifesta 13 Les Parallèles du Sud program (upcoming, June 2020).