As a passionate and driven historian and curator, I have gained a broad range of skills and experiences in every aspect of museum programming and communication.
My expertise spans from curating award-winning cutting-edge exhibitions that integrate science, art, and culture, to organizing events for larger audiences, documenting laboratory work on mice, and developing engaging guided tours for children.
One of my main interests has been how to communicate and display modern science in a traditional museum setting. To explore this, I have collaborated with professors, Postdocs, PhDs, and both lab and animal technicians to bring the general audience closer to the materiality of science and to raise questions about how knowledge is created. I have literally donated blood in the process of displaying how the healthcare system defines sickness and health.
My portfolio of selected exhibitions:
Body Clocks – 2023 – Curator
In a series of installations, artist Isabella Martin is inspired by scientific research into circadian rhythms.
Thank You – 2022 – Project manager
An exhibition was created in relation to Museion’s participation in the TV program “Treasure hunt at the Museum”
The World is in You – 2021 – Curator
This exhibition explores how the “outside world” is present in and forms our bodies and daily, physiological existence through scientific, artistic and cultural lenses.
Life Support – 2020 – Curator and Project Assistant
An online exhibition that tried to answer the question: What sustains life during a pandemic?
Winner of the Dibner Award for Excellence 2021
Mind the Gut – 2017 – Curator
The exhibition shows, how doctors, researchers, patients, and artists have tried to understand and treat the complex relationship between the mind and gut throughout time.
Winner of the UMAC Award 2019
Heirloom – 2016 – Technical lead curator
In the exhibition, the artist Gina Czarnecki grows skin portraits of her daughters with their cells. Glass casts of the girls’ faces are immersed in a liquid that feeds the living cell culture.
The Body Collected – 2015 – Curatorial Assistant
The exhibition presents for the first time a large selection of historical collections of human remains from the 18th century up until now. From fetus’ and skeletons to cell cultures and blood samples.
Medicotech – 2013 – Curatorial Assistant
An exhibition about Danish engineering and ingenuity over 40 years