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Lisa Rosendahl

Lisa Rosendahl is Associate Professor of Exhibition Studies at KHIO/The Art Academy. She is the Curator of the 2019 and 2021 editions of the Göteborg International Biennial for Contemporary Art. Previous positions include Curator at Public Art Agency Sweden, Artistic Director of the Iaspis programme at the Swedish Arts Grants Committee and Director of Baltic Art Centre, Sweden. Recent curatorial projects include Rivers of Emotion, Bodies of Ore (Trondheim Kunsthall, 2018), Extracts From a Future History (Public Art Ageny Sweden, 2017) The Society Machine (Malmö Konstmuseum, 2016).

Research results

  • Lisa Rosendahl: Curatorial Situated Practice (2022).
    Lecture. More information
  • Lisa Rosendahl: Biennials as Sites of Historical Narration – Thinking through Göteborg Biennial for Contemporary Art (2022).
    Non-fiction book. More information
  • Lisa Rosendahl: The Ghost Ship and the Sea Change (2021).
    Art exhibition. More information
  • Lisa Rosendahl: Art and the Narration of the Past as a Part of the Present (2021).
    Lecture. More information
  • Lisa Rosendahl: Where is the Body of the Curator? (2021).
    Lecture. More information
  • Lisa Rosendahl: The Biennial Form and the Narration of History: Thinking through “The Ghost Ship and the Sea Change" (2021).
    Academic article (research archive). More information
  • Lisa Rosendahl: GIBCA 2019: Part of the Labyrinth (2019).
    Art exhibition. More information