Marie Arleth Skov is the chair of PSN Germany and Denmark; she is a Danish art historian and curator living in Berlin. She works at the crossroads of art, sexuality, and music, with a main historical focus on surrealism and the punk movement of the 1970s-1980s. Marie studied Philosophy, Communication Science and Art History at the Freie Universität Berlin and received her PhD in a binational co-tutelle procedure at the University of Leipzig and the University of Copenhagen. In 2021, she co-curated the exhibition Claudia Skoda. Dressed to Thrill at Kulturforum, Berlin. She has written several articles, among others for Punk & Post-Punk, for the RIHA Journal and Spunkt Art Now, as well as book chapters on punk x art, among others in the edited collections Radical Dreams: Surrealism, Counterculture, Resistance (Penn State University Press, 2022) and A Cultural History of the Avant-Garde in the Nordic Countries 1975 and After (Brill, 2022). In spring 2023, her book Punk Art History: Artworks from the European No Future Generation will be published by Intellect Books in collaboration with the Punk Scholars Network.