I am a Copenhagen-based curator, currently working on exhibitions that explore notions such as ecology, ethics, postcolonialism, queerism and feminism.
I am now working on upcoming institutional shows for 2019, including a solo show by Jesper Just at Kunsthal Charlottenborg, Copenhagen and a solo presentation of Basim Magdy at MAAT. In 2018, I have curated two collective shows: “Re-Routing Nature” at SixtyEight Art Institute (Copenhagen) which looked at the notion of ecology in a world increasingly ruled by technology; and “#whatif” at Kunsthal Charlottenborg (Copenhagen), which reflected on radical socio-political projects of our contemporary society.
I have curated two editions of the Code Art Fair artistic program: “Art Reacts” (2017), which opened a discussion on how artistic and curatorial practice reacts to socio-political events proposing new ways to look at and experience the world; and "Performing Identities" (2108) that reflects on the body as a territory to define political identity.
I am also completing a PhD on contemporary curatorial practice at the University of Aarhus with a thesis that explores the entanglement between ethics and research in curating. I have co-organised and coordinated the international symposium “Between the DISCURSIVE and the IMMERSIVE” at Louisiana Museum of Modern Art (Denmark). I have worked as a researcher for the Max Planck Institute- Kunsthistorisches Institute in Florence, and as a curator for the Italian Embassy in Copenhagen and as assistant curator at the National Gallery of Modern Art in Rome. I am part of some research networks with universities and museums including the Hamburger Bahnhof Berlin and the Frie Universitet (Germany). I have collaborated with the Danish Pavilion at the 57th La Biennale di Venezia as a translator.
"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.