Recent & Current Projects
As an Arts and Humanities Research Fellow for SixtyEight Art Institute in Copenhagen, I curated two large-scale programs for 2022: Climate Thanatology, an international arts constellation on climate grief and regeneration, and The Curatorial Thing, an assembly of leading arts researchers and practitioners, with a teaching component for invited curators, funded by Novo Nordisk. For the 2023 interdisciplinary conference Environmental Emergencies Across Media, in collaboration with Linnaeus University and the Kalmar Konstmuseum in Sweden, I contributed an exhibition catalogue essay and curated a dance performance, Adventura Botanica.
Elisabeth Christine Holth (NO) in Adventura Botanica. Choreography Odd Johan Fritzøe and music by Spunk. Photos: Heidi Hart & Gabriel Säll
Current projects include Instruments of Repair, research and curatorial work in collaboration with the Centre for Intermedial and Multimodal Studies, Linnaeus University, funded by the Crafoord Foundation. This project explores ruined, burning, drowning, or transplanted instruments as a way toward transforming human performance practices in a world that needs more-than-human attunement. The project will result in a book, The Posthumanist Piano, co-authored by intermediality scholar Beate Schirrmacher, and a workshop with performance artist Julia Adzuki (SE) at Växjö konsthall.
(after Annea Lockwood),
Winston-Salem, North Carolina