Since 2016 I have been engaged with curating and developing the Screen City Biennial together with Daniela Arriado.
I lead the Screen City Biennial’s Research Program, which makes an investigative, disseminative and intellectual backbone to the Biennial’s exhibition program. It facilitates research on artistic practice and thinking and space for curatorial reflection. Presenting talks, discussions, publications and symposium events, the overall objective of the Research Program is to engage, develop and disseminate artistic and curatorial discourse on the expanded moving image in public space. With this program the Screen City Biennial seeks to strengthen public and intellectual knowledge on emerging and expanding moving image art forms that are continuously changing in dialogue and contingency with our communicative existence and which hold a critical potential for interference with our everyday lives in direct, real-time engagement with the urban environment and our digital infrastructural architectures.