Irene Campolmi

  • Researcher

Irene Campolmi is PhD fellow at Aarhus University (DK) and assistant curator and researcher at Louisiana Museum of Modern Art (Humlebæk) since 2013, where she leads a research project called ‘The Art Museum of the 21st Century’. Irene is also an associated scholar to the Max-Planck-Research Group ‘Objects in the Contact Zone: The Cross-Cultural Life of Things’ and associate researcher to Kunsthal Aarhus. In 2014, she was visiting scholar at the School of Museum Studies at Leicester University under the mentorship of Dr. Janet Marstine, and in 2015 was J-1 visiting scholar at The Graduate Centre CUNY (New York) sponsored by Claire Bishop and the Mellon Foundation curatorial practicum course. Currently, she is organising the international conference ‘Between the Immersive and the Discursive: A Symposium on Research in the Art Museum’, 3-4 December 2015, at the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, in collaboration with Stedelijk Museum and Aarhus University.

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