Eli Skatvedt joined NOBA as curator and project manager in January 2022. She holds an MA from Edinburgh College of Art and a second MA from Universität der Künste in Berlin.

Prior to her position at NOBA she worked as the director and curator for the art foundation Artica Svalbard, developing a public program and an international artist residency in Longyearbyen, the High Arctic. Skatvedt was based in Berlin for more than ten years where she collaborated with Museum Berggruen/ Staatliche Museen zu Berlin and curated exhibitions at Kunstraum Kreuzberg Bethanien, The Drawing Hub, as well as large scale art projects in public space around the city. She was the co-founder of Gallery Salon Mutlu with Zoe Miller.

In Norway, Skatvedt has been collaborating with KORO/Art in Public Space Norway, Bomuldsfabriken Kunsthall, Haugar Vestfold Kunstmuseum, LIAF/Lofoten International Arts Festival, Tromsø Kunstforening, Galleri F15/Momentum, REV Ocean, Galleri Svalbard, as well as contributing as a writer to Kunstforum, Kunstpluss, Numer, and disparate exhibition catalogues.