Nekane has a degree in Art History and a master’s degree in Museology, currently developing her thesis on alternative spaces in the Basque Country in the 1990s at the UPV / EHU. As a researcher, she is focused on transmedia practices and cultural ecosystems, betting on structures in red. For this reason, she developed Archivos colectivos: Historia y situación actual de los espacios independientes y colectivos de artistas en el Estado español (1980-2010), Caras B del videoarte, Gaur(sic), Matériaux Inmateriel in the FRAC of the Grand Est in France or Mujeres Santas in various Latin American countries. She works as the director of cultural projects, art centers and museums, from which she implements strategies to stimulate collections, patronage and new models of education / mediation based on sustainability and good practices. Under her direction, Trasforma and Espacio Ciudad in Vitoria-Gasteiz and Es Baluard in Palma de Mallorca stand out. She practices new transversal forms of management and curatorship from within and outside of institutional and alternative spaces, exploring languages and communication formats of tangible and intangible heritage. She has edited and written a large number of books and monographs, the most recent of which is related to her thesis topic, Alternatives. Policies of the Independent in the Visual Arts (Cendeac).