I am a Copenhagen-based curator, currently working on exhibitions that explore notions such as ecology, ethics, postcolonialism, queerism and feminism. I am working on upcoming institutional shows due to 2018/ 2019, including “Re-Routing Nature” at SixtyEight Art Institute (Copenhagen) and “#whatif” at Kunsthal Charlottenborg (Copenhagen), among others. Currently, I also work as the Head of Exhibitions at Andersen*s in Copenhagen.
In 2017, I have curated the artistic program “Art Reacts” of the Code Art Fair in Copenhagen, which included artists such as Marinella Senatore and Hassan Khan.
I am also completing my PhD on contemporary curatorial practice at the University of Aarhus with a thesis that explores the entanglement between ethics and research in curating. In 2015, I co-organised and coordinated the international symposium “Between the DISCURSIVE and the IMMERSIVE” at Louisiana Museum of Modern Art (Denmark).
As a researcher, I have organized international conferences, talks, seminars in art and research institutions, and universities such as the Kunsthistorisches Institue in Florence- Max Planck Institute (Italy/Germany), Lousiana Museum of Modern Art and Kusthal Aarhus (Denmark) and the Italian Embassy in Copenhagen. I have collaborated with the Danish Pavilion at the 57th La Biennale di Venezia as a translator.
As a curator, I have worked with a wide range of art institutions including, among other the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art and the Kunsthal Aarhus (Denmark), Hamburger Bahnhof Berlin and Frie Universitet (Germany), Stedelijk Museum (Netherlands) and the National Gallery of Modern Art in Rome and Galleria CONTINUA in San Gimignano (Italy).
"Between the DISCURSIVE and the IMMERSIVE: A Symposium on research in the 21st Century Art Museums", Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, 3-4 December 2015. Ph: Klaus Holsting.
Art Curating & Exhibitions History
Artistic practices reflecting on ecology and climate change
Running (Danish weather permitted!)
Travelling ....and travelling even more.