I am a Copenhagen-based curator and researcher, currently working on exhibitions and projects that investigate, on the one hand, the aftermaths of colonial structures in different geographical regions, and on the other hand, reflect on identity politics. For many years, I have focused my curatorial and academic research on performance, as a medium to explore, embody and communicate postcolonial, queer and feminist key questions. My research and practice have also concentrated on creating the conditions to apply ethics in curatorial work.
Since 2019, I am the Head Art Program and Curator of Enter Art
Program, a publicly funded satellite live art program in
conjunction with Enter Art Fair. Together with Copenhagen Contemporary, I won the Bikuben Vision Award 2021, Denmark's most prestigious curatorial award, and currently I work as the curator and researcher of the exhibition and research project "Yet, it Moves!", which I helped conceptualised. The project explores new forms of collaboration between scientists, curators and artists, and it is developed in collaboration with Niels Bohr Institute, Copenhagen; CERN, Geneva; Interactive Minds Centre, Aarhus and Mod Lab at UC Davis. In 2022, I have been the Guest Curator of the International Arts Festival “Walk&Talk 11” in Ponta Delgada, San Miguel, in Azores Islands and one of the Curator of the Performance Festival Art In A Day together with the Copenhagen art agency, Creator Projects. I have worked as an independent curator and a researcher for ten years within art museums and institutions across the world, including the Museum of Art in Joliette,
Canada; The Power Plant, Toronto; MAAT, Lisbon; Copenhagen Contemporary, Copenhagen; MAH, Terceira; Kunsthal Charlottenborg, Copenhagen, and the 58th Venice Biennial where she co-curated the Estonian Pavilion "Birth V. Hi&Bye" by Kris Lemsalu. Before joining the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art in Copenhagen as a PhD Fellow (2013-2016), I worked as a researcher in the Max Planck
Institute research group "Objects in the Contact Zone: The Cross-Cultural Life of Things”.
Before the Pandemic, I used to live and work in transit.