Anca Rujoiu (born in Bucharest) is a curator and editor living in Singapore. As curator of exhibitions and later head of publications (2013–18), she was a member of the founding team of the NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore, contributing to the institution’s numerous exhibitions, public programs, and publishing projects. Rujoiu was the co-editor of several publications including the artist’s books Thao Nguyen Phan: Voyages de Rhodes (2018), and Simryn Gill & Michael Taussig’s Becoming Palm (2017). In 2019 was the co-curator of the third edition of the Art Encounters Biennial in Timișoara, approached as a one-year institutional program. As part of the curatorial initiative, FormContent in London, she worked on a nomadic project, It’s Moving from I to It (2012–14). In 2013, she was co-curator of Collective Fictions, one of the selected projects in Nouvelles Vagues, a program by Palais de Tokyo in Paris dedicated to young curators. She is a Ph.D. candidate at Monash University, Melbourne. Drawing on feminist methodologies, her Ph.D, research, First-Person Institutions focuses on institution building, artists’ archives, and transnational imaginaries.