I work as a research fellow at the University of Agder, at the Department of Visual Arts and Drama. For my PhD project I explore my own practice as an art curator. I specifically research how the art curator can work pedagogically with themes related to ecology and the concept of the Anthropocene. I will curate an exhibition for Agder Kunstsenter and Kunstpunkt Lista in 2022 as part of the project.
I come from Denmark, and I have a master’s degree in art history and a bachelor's in comparative literature from the University of Copenhagen. I have worked for many years as a freelance art curator and critic parallel to my studies.
I have previously had exchange periods at McGill University, Montreal and Universidad Complutense, Madrid.
Post Qualitative Inquiry
Art and social relations
Friis, Joachim Aagaard. 2021. Negotiations of In/Visibility: Surveillance in Hito Steyerl's How Not to be Seen. Surveillance & Society 19(1): 69-80. doi: https://doi.org/10.24908/ss.v19i1.13950
Friis, Joachim Aagaard. 2021. Queer temporalitet: et forskningshistorisk rids. Slagmark 83, 137-154.
Friis, Joachim Aagaard; Schyum, Ida. 2022. At kuratere en antropocæn sensibilitet. Peripeti, 19(35), 125–138.
Friis, Joachim Aagaard. 2022. Mellem underholdende kedsomhed og bedøvende overstimulering: Affektive rytmer i oplevelsen af hashtag-fænomenet #ProudBoys på Twitter. MedieKultur: Journal of Media and Communication Research, 38(72), 6–27.
Friis, Joachim Aagaard; Sofie Damgaard. 2022. The spatial disruption of tradition in Matias Faldbakkens The Hills. Costellazioni 20. (accepted)
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