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(Curator, critic and professor - Sweden)

Simon Sheikh is a curator and critic. He is an Assistant Professor of Art Theory and a Coordinator of the Critical Studies Program, Malmö Art Academy in Sweden. He was director of Overgaden – Institute for Contemporary Art in Copenhagen, 1999-2002 and Curator at NIFCA, Helsinki, 2003-2004. Editor of the magazine Øjeblikket 1996-2000, and a member of the project group GLOBE 1993-2000. Curatorial work includes exhibitions such as Exclusion, Consul, Århus, 1993, I Confess, Nikolaj – Copenhagen Contemporary Art Center, 1995, Escape Attempts in Christiania, Copenhagen, 1996 (with GLOBE), Do-It-Yourself – Mappings and Instructions, Bricks+Kicks, Vienna, 1997, Models of Resistance, Overgaden, Copenhagen 2000 (with GLOBE), Naust Øygarden, Bergen, Norway 2000, In My Room, Nordic Video, Musee d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris. Circa Berlin, Nikolaj – Copenhagen Contemporary Art Center, 2005 and Capital (It Fails Us Now) at UKS, Oslo, 2005 and Kunstihoone, Tallinn, 2006. Recent publications include the anthologies We are all Normal (with Katya Sander), Black Dog Publishing, London 2001, Knut Åsdam (monograph), Fine Arts Unternehmen, Zug, 2004, In the Place of the Public Sphere?, b_books, Berlin, 2005 and Capital (It Fails Us Now), b_books, Berlin, 2006. His writings can also be found in such periodicals as Afterall, AnArchitectur, Springerin and Texte zur Kunst. Lives in Berlin and Copenhagen.

Simon Sheikh


born, 1965 in Århus, Denmark.

1. Education

1984 – 88

studies of Art History, Institut for kunsthistorie, Århus University, Denmark.

1990 – 93

studies of Art History , Institut for kunsthistorie, University of Copenhagen, Denmark.

2007 – 12

Ph.D. studies at the Art Academy of Malmö, Sweden, in curatorial practice.


2. Positions

1996 – 2001

Lecturer in Art History and Theory at the Art Academy of Funen, Odense, Denmark.


1996 – 2000

Editor of the art magazine Øjeblikket, Copenhagen, Denmark.


1997 – 2000

Art critic for Danish daily newspaper Information.


1999 – 2001

Director of Overgaden, Exhibition Building of the Cultural Ministry, Copenhagen, Denmark.


2000 – 2002

Lecturer in art theory, Malmö Art Academy, Sweden.


2003 – 2004

Curator at NIFCA, Helskinki, Finland.


2003 –  2009

Assistant Professor and co-ordinator of the Critical Studies Program, Malmö Art Academy, Sweden.




3. Exhibitions


1993: News Room København (m. Peter Fend), with GLOBE, Copenhagen.

Sans Frontieres (m. Art in Ruins), with GLOBE, Copenhagen (cat.)

Black Box I - III, with GLOBE, Copenhagen

Exclusion, Consul, Århus. (cat.)

1994: Ja til Sven Dalsgaard, with GLOBE, Copenhagen.

1995: Art Attack with GLOBE, Oslo.

I Confess, Nikolaj Udstillingsbygning, København (with Sanne Kofod) (cat.)

Messe 2 OK, with GLOBE, Köln (cat.)

1996: Escape Attempts, Globe, Christania.

Compartments, with GLOBE. A presentation of the collectives Ampcom (Helsinki), Bank (London), Bricks and Kicks (Wien), Interzone (Milan), Minimal Club (Berlin), Purple Prose (Paris), Transmission (Glasgow) and  W 139 (Amsterdam), various venues, Copenhagen as part of Copenhagen Cultural Capital of Europe.

Interplace Access, with GLOBE, Via Farino, Milan.

1997:  Public Utility, with GLOBE, Kombirama, Zürich.

Do-It-Yourself! - Mappings and Instructions, Bricks & Kicks, Wien. (cat.)

1998: In My Room, Nordic Video, Musee d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris. (cat.)

2000: Models of Resistance, Copenhagen / Oslo. With GLOBE.

Naust, (with Lars Mathisen) Øygarden, Norge. (cat.)

2005: Circa Berlin, (with Elisabeth Delin Hansen) Nikolaj Udstillingsbygning, København.

Capital (It Fails Us Now), UKS, Oslo.

2006: Capital (It Fails Us Now), Kunstihoone, Tallinn.

2010: Vectors of the Possible, BAK, basis voor actuele kunst, Utrecht.


Producer of approx. 60 exhibitions at OVERGADEN 1999–2002.



4. Projects



co-arranging the seminar Art Criticism of the 90s, Institute of Art History, University of Copenhagen.



arranging the seminar D.I.Y., Depot, Vienna.



arranging the seminar The Meaning of Site, University of Copenhagen /Royal Academy of Art.



Arranging the seminar Maskulinitet og Kunstpraksis, Royal Academy of Art, Copenhagen



Arranging workshop/seminar Wild in the streets – on art and activism, NIFCA, Helsinki, Finland



Arranging the seminar In the Place of the Public Sphere?, Det Fynske Kunstakademi, Odense.

Arranging the seminar FeminismS, Malmö Art Academy



Arranging workshop/seminar Power and representation, NIFCA, Helsinki, Finland



Arranging the seminar Representation, Narration And The Production Of Publics And Counter-Publics, National Sculpture Factory, Cork, Ireland.



co-arranging workshop/seminar Public Knowledge Production, EIPCP/WUK, Vienna, Austria



5. Publications.

a) Articles.


‘Dette er ikke et kunstværk’, in: North-debat no. 21, 1992, pp. 15-17.


‘Exclusion’ in: Exclusion, Consul, Århus, 1993, unpaginated.


‘Tingenes Blik’, with Joachim Koester, in: Mette Thelle (Ed.), Vilhelm Lundstrøm, Charlottenborg, Copenhagen, 1993, pp. 105-11.


‘Multiples: Kopiens Diskurs’, in: edition Campbells Occasionally, Vol. 2, No. 3, 1993, pp. 8-9.


’Det Minimale Objekt – Serialitet og Fænomenologi’, in: Passepartout, No. 3, Vol. 2, 1994, pp. 75-92.


’Stain of the Real’, in: Stain in Reality, Galleri Nicolai Wallner, Copenhagen, 1994, unpaginated.


’The Grey Area’, Film & Video Newsletter 6, Copenhagen, 1994, pp.3-4.


’The Reality of Future’, in: Zukunft Versus No More Reality, Carsten Höller & Phillippe Parreno, Galleri Nicolai Wallner, 1994, unpaginated.


‘Subjektet, Objektet og Sven Dalsgaard’, in: Ja til Sven Dalsgaard!, Søren Houmann, Simon Sheikh, Peter Holst Henckel & Peter Røssell (Eds.), Edition Globe/ Art Action, Copenhagen, 1994, pp. 8-11.


‘Behaviour and Destruction: The Video Works of Søren Martinsen’ in: Land, Lipski, Martinsen, Videos, Galleri Nicolai Wallner, Copenhagen, 1995, unpaginated.


‘Self / Non-Self – Subjectivity Beyond the Open Canvas’, in: I Confess, Nikolaj – Copenhagen Contemporary Art Center, Copenhagen, 1995, unpaginated.


‘The Other Side: Ann Lislegaard’, in: Index, number 3/4, 1995, pp. 24-9, 103-5.

Reprinted as ‘Hin hlidin’ in: Sólgin / Addicted, Slunkaris, Iceland, 1995, pp. 5-7.


‘The Empty Stage’, in: Lars Mathisen: Safe Condition, Live Play Act, Malmö Konstmuseum, 1995, p. 2-16.


‘Authority and Incident: A Conversation with Michael Joo’, with Joachim Koester, in: Xerox, number 3, 1995, unpaginated.


‘Mellemkomster – Bevægelse og fortabelse’, in: Louisiana Revy, vol. 36, no. 3, 1996, pp. 70-74.


’Conditions of the Gaze: An index to the installation of Joachim Koester’, in: Index, number 3/4, 1996, pp. 66-71 (pp.120-123).


‘Spejlstadier – Om Dan Grahams Pavilloner’ in: Øjeblikket, # 28, 1996, pp. 28-29.


‘The Choice of a New Generation?’, in: Siksi vol. XI, no. 2, 1996, pp. 76-77.


‘Column’, in: Plum Velvet 1, 1996, unpaginated.


‘Hemmelig Kunst – Bemærkninger om gallerirummets diskrete charme’, in Passepartout, No.7, Vol.4, 1996, pp. 17-32.


‘Tilstedeværelse og utilstedelighed’ in: Øjeblikket, # 29, 1996, pp. 22-27.


‘The Production of Space’, in: Frans Jacobi, Imagine, Space Poetry, Copenhagen, 1996, unpaginated.


‘Den sorte kasse i den hvide kube’ in: Øjeblikket, # 30, 1996, pp. 19-21.

‘Compartments, why Bother?’, in: Xerox, number 4, 1997, unpaginated.


‘Hal Foster: The Return of the Real’, in: Periskop 6, 1997, pp. 124-125.


‘Udsigelses magt’, in: Louisiana Revy, vol. 38, no. 1, 1997, pp. 42-43.

Reprinted as ‘The Power of Enunciation’ in: Art Planet, vol. 1, no. 0, pp. 150-53.


‘Strategies of Difference and Differentiation’, in: Atlantica, Número 17,  July, 1997, pp. 3-13 [122-31].


‘I Los Angeles’ spejlbillede’ in: Øjeblikket, # 32/33, 1997, pp. 62-64.


‘Caught in the Crossfire’ in: Claus Carstensen: Crossover, Arken Museum of Modern Art, 1997, pp. 28-31.


‘Byrummet som forlystelsespark’ in: Øjeblikket, # 34, 1997, pp. 8-9.


‘Baustop, Randstadt’ in: Spex, No. 11/98, pp. 60-1.


‘Der bedauernswerte Entertainer – das Typen Repertoire von Peter Land’ / ‘The Sorry Entertainer – the Typecasting of Peter Land’, in: Come Closer, Liechensteinische Staatliche Kunstsammlung / Octagon, Köln, 1998, pp-86-89.


‘Social-specific Strategies – The Interactive Work of Olafur Gislason’, in: Places in Gothenburg, Gothenburg City, 1998, pp.??


‘Site Specificity: From the Margins to the Social’, in: Katya Sander, Simon Sheikh & Cecilie Høgsbro Østergaard (Eds.), The Meaning of Site, Ø, Copenhagen, 1998, pp. 70-95.

Reprinted in: Gardar Eide Einarsson & Eivind Slettemeås (Eds.), Offshore, KHiB, Bergen, 2000, pp. 8-15.


’Joachim Koester’s Double Vision’, in: World Art, Number 15, 1998, pp. 33-35.


‘Rumidentifikation og rumanalyse’ in: Øjeblikket, # 36/37, 1998, pp. 12-15.


‘Udenfor eller indefra? Noter om internationalisme og provinsialisme I nyere dansk kunst med særligt henblik på receptionen af den såkaldte 90erkunst I forhold til den såkaldte 80erkunst’, in: Månedsskrift for kunst og kunstrelateret materiale, No. 53, 1999, unpaginated.


‘Kunstens Sted og Stedets Kunst’ in: Øjeblikket, # 39/40, pp. 26-30.


‘Kunstudstillingen: En Ny Refleksiv Model’, with Anders Michelsen, in: Øjeblikket, # 39/40, pp. 53-56.


‘Christiania: Netzwerke der Anti-Disziplin’ / ‘Christiania: Networks of Anti-Discipline’, in: 45. Internationale Kurzfilmtage Oberhausen Festival Katalog 1999, pp. 89-93.

Reprinted in: Jochen Becker (Ed.), Bignes?, b_books, 2001, pp. 82-87.


‘Spillets Regler. Bemærkninger om kunstobjektet, kunstrummet og kunstscenen’, in: Hans Dam Christensen, Anders Michelsen & Jacob Wamberg (Eds.), Kunstteori, Borgen, Copenhagen, 1999, pp. 361-382.


‘Melting in Time 1995’, in: Kirsten Justesen: Re Kollektion, Nordjyllands Kunstmuseum, Aalborg, 1999, p. 44.


‘2nd International Performance Festival’, in: NU, no. 3, 1999, p. 80.


‘Close-Up, Face Off – Contemporary Art, Film and Fragmentation’, in: Close-Ups – Contemporary Art and Carl Th. Dreyer, NIFCA & Nikolaj, Copenhagen Contemporary Art Center, 1999, pp. 93-96.


‘The Art World Between Fragmentation and Globalization’, in: Encuentro de Teoria y Critica, Bienal De La Habana, 2000, pp. 104-6.

‘Fucking Naust – Notes on Art, Locality, Tourism, and so on’ – with Lars Mathisen, in: Naust, Øygarden, Bergen, 2000, pp. 4-7.


‘The Concept of DIY as a Mode of Cultural Production’ in Valdez 4, 2000, pp. 144-147.


‘CUDI – en mod-offentlighed?’, in: CUDI – Center for Urbanitet, Dialog og Information, Kunsthallen Brandts Klædefabrik, Odense, 2001, unpaginated.

Reprinted as ‘CUDI: A Counter Public’, in: Arsis, # 3, 2001, pp. 30-1.


‘Lisa Strömbeck’, in: Kunstbeeld – tijdschrift voor bildende kunst Nederlands, # 5, 2001, p.?


‘Between Thought and Expression – Notes on Leif Kath’s Work Between Form and Formlessness’ in: Leif Kath, DCA Gallery, New York, 2001, pp. 5-9.

‘Space Fellow Travellers’, in: Peter Weibel, Olafur Eliasson: Surroundings Surrounded, MIT Press, Cambridge, Mass., 2002, pp. 566-571.


‘Double Vision – The Drama Documents of Joachim Koester’ in: Joachim Koester – Different Stories, Different Places, catalogue, Kunsthalle Nürnberg, Nürnberg, 2002, pp. 26-50.

Reprinted in: Oito relatos nórdicos, catalogue, Centro Galego de Arte Contemporánea, Santiago de Compostel, 2002, pp. 88-102.


‘Notes on Amel Ibrahimovic’s Field of Dreams’ in, Amel Ibrahimovic (Ed.), u.m.a.s.p., NICFA, Helskinki, 2002, unpaginated.


‘Efterskrift’, in: Brian O’Doherty, I den hvide kube, Rævens Sorte Bilbiotek, Copenhagen, 2002, pp. 125-31.


’In the Place of the Public Sphere’,  in: Stephan Dilemuth (Ed.), The Academy and the Corporate Public, Permanent Verlag, Köln, 2002, pp.218-21.


‘Identification of a Woman’, in: Ann Lislegaard – Eyes Wide Open, catalogue, The National museum of Photography, Copenhagen, 2002, unpaginated.

Reprinted in: Ann Lislegaard – Science Fiction and Other Worlds, catalogue, Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art, Oslo, 2007, pp. 76-82.


‘Visioner for kunstpolitikken’, Bulletinen 28, Copenhagen, 2002, pp. 4-6.


’Under Deconstruction, Notes on Under Construction, Mainstreaming and Marginalization in the Changing Welfare States of the Nordic Countries’, in: Marita Muukkonen (Ed.), Under [De]Construction, NIFCA, Helskinki, 2002, pp. 85-92.


‘[Shift]Work’, in: The Project, catalogue, Tallinn Kunstihoone, Tallinn, 2003, pp. 10-13.


‘A Conversation’, with Alex Villar, Danger Museum Newsletter # 18, New York, 2003, unpaginated.


‘The Power of Institution(s)’, with Nina Möntmann, NIFCA Info 2/03, Helsinki, 2003, pp. 4-8.


‘Number One and Number Two and Point Zero: Jean-Luc Godard between Film, Video and Art’, in: Gareth James & Florian Zeyfang (Eds.), I said I love. That is the promise – The tvideo politics of Jean-Luc Godard, b_books, Berlin, 2003, pp. 124-163.


‘Spredt (krigs)modstand’, with Jakob Jakobsen, in: Kristina Ask (Ed.), Re/aktion, Copenhagen, 2003, p. 16.

Reprinted as ‘Scattered (War) Opposition’ in: Johanna Billing, Maria Lind & Lars Nilsson (Eds.), Taking the Matter into Common Hands, Black Dog Publishing, London, 2007, pp. 108-10.


‘Counter-Public Works: Remapping Public Space’, in: Printed Project 1, Dublin, 2003, pp. 37-42.


‘Christiania: Netzwerke der Anti-Disziplin’, in: An Architectur 10, 2003, pp. 41-43.

Reprinted in Malmoe 21, Vienna, 2004, pp. 22-23.


’F for Fake... Om signaturer, pseudonymer, auteur-rollen og kunstproduktion’, in Apparatur 7, København, 2003, pp. 13-17.


‘Kaspar Bonnén vs. Simon Sheikh: Debat om signaturer’, Apparatur 8, København 2004, pp. 99-102.


‘öffentlichkeit und die Aufgaben der ‘progressiven’ Kunstinstitutionen’, Kulturisse 01/04, Vienna, 2004, pp.7-8.

Reprinted as ‘Public Spheres and the Functions of Progressive Art Institutions, in: Vanessa Joan Müller & Nikolaus Schafhausen (Eds.), Under Construction – Perspectives on Institutional Practice, Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther König, Köln, 2006, pp. 192-194.


‘Imagining Berlin – Some Attempts at Entries into a City Space’, in: Ute Meta Bauer (Ed.), Komplex Berlin / Complex Berlin, Verlag Buchhandlung Walter König, köln, 2202, pp. 148-60.


‘Uundgåeligt eksploderende plastik – Andy Warhol og the Velvet Underground (og Nico)’, in: Klaus Lyngaard & Henrik Queitsch (Eds.), Loaded, Informations Forlag, København, 2004, pp. 47-55.


‘Christiania: Networks of Anti-Discipline, in: Territories: The Frontiers of Utopia and Other facts on the Ground, catalogue, Malmö Konsthall, Malmö 2004, pp. 29-30.


‘Planes of Immanence, or the Form of Ideas: Notes on the (anti-)Monuments of Thomas Hirschhorn’, in: Afterall 9, London 2004, pp. 91-98.


‘Common Property/Allgemeingut’, review, Springerin, Band X Heft 3, 2004, pp. 62-3.

‘Random Precision – Re-Representing Berlin’, in: Circa Berlin, catalogue, Nikolaj  Copenhagen Contemporary Art Center, Copenhagen 2005, pp. 10-11.


‘Representation, Contestation and Power: the Artist as Public Intellectual’, in: Inára Drulle (Ed.), Artists as Producers. Transformation of Public Space, Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art, Riga, 2005, pp. 39-42.

Reprinted in: Sarah Pierce (Ed.), The Paraeducation Department, Interface, Belfast, 2006.


‘Whatever Happened to Social Democracy’, review, Springerin, Band XI Heft 1, 2005, pp. 64-5.


‘A Conversation’, in: Gregor Neuerer – A Stolen Moment, catalogue, Kunstpavillon der Tiroler Künstlerschaft, Innsbruck, 2005, pp. 35-40.


‘Anstelle der öffentlichkeit? Oder: Die Welt in Fragmenten’, in: Gerald Raunig & Ulf Wuggenig (Eds.), Publicum – Theorien der öffentlichkeit, Turia + Kant, Vienna, 2005, pp. 80-88.

Reprinted as ‘In the Place of the Public Sphere? Or, The World in Fragments’ in: Public Good, # 1, 2008, pp. 46-55.


‘How Does It Feel?’, NIFCA Info 1/05, Helsinki, 2005, p.1.


‘Notes on Institutional Critique’, in Transform 01.06, http://transform.eipcp.net/transversal/0106

Reprinted in IDEA 28, Bucharest, 2007, pp. 10-11.


‘Räume für das Denken’, Texte Zur Kunst 62, Juni 2006, 16.Jahrgang, Berlin, pp. 110-21.


‘Battle Lines are Being Drawn – The Cultural Politics of Identity in Denmark, in: Framework 5, Helsinki, 2006, pp. 104-6.

Reprinted in: Minna Henriksson & Sezgin Boynik (Eds.), Contemporary Art and Nationalism, MM, Pristhina, 2007, pp. 56-60.


’The Trouble with Institutions, or, Art and its Publics’, in Nina Möntmann (Ed.), Art and its Institutions, Black Dog Publishing, London, 2006, pp. 142-49.

Reprinted in: Dreamlands Burn, catalogue, Múcsarnok, Budapest, 2007, pp. 42-7.


’A War of Words, A Review of Muhammadgate’, in: Translate 12.06, http://translate.eipcp.net/transversal/1206


’Creating Publics’ (with Ashley Hunt), in: Tara Byrne (Ed.), Cork Caucus: on art, possibility & democracy, Revolver, Frankfurt A.M., 2006, pp. 321-27.


‘Correcting the Principles of Correction (its Facilities and Discourses)’, in: Crime and Punishment, catalogue, Tallinn Kunstihoone, Tallinn, 2007, pp. 64-67.


‘In Dreams Begin Responsibilites – Notes on Art, Horizons, and the Imaginary’, in: Dorothee Bienert (Ed.), Don’t Worry – Be Curious!, Revolver, Frankfurt/Main, 2007, pp. 33-36.


‘Revolution in the Head, or, Free Your Mind and Your Ass Will Follow’, in: Maja & Reuben Fowkes (Eds.), Revolution is Not a Garden Party, MIRIAD, Manchester, 2007, pp. 52-55.


‘Oplæg’, in: Katya Sander (Ed.), Produktion af handlingsrum, Det Jyske Kunstakademi, Århus, 2007, pp. 30-39.


’Constitutive Effects: The Techniques of the Curator’, in: Paul O’Neill (Ed.), Curating Subjects, De Appel, Amsterdam, 2007, pp. 174-85.


‘The Production of Knowledge – An Introduction to Critical Studies’, in: Katarina Stenbeck (Ed.), There’s Gonna Be Some Trouble – The Five Year Rooseum Book, Malmö, 2007, pp. 218-25.


‘Maria Eichhorn: The Aesthetics of Administration and the Administration of Aesthetics’, in Untitled 43, London, 2007, pp. 38-43.


‘What are the Challenges of Teaching Critical Discourse’, in: Nikolaus Schafhausen & Julia Moritz, The Question of the Day, Sternberg Press, Berlin/New York, 2007, p. 90.


‘Exhibition as Medium’, in: Rael Artel & Airi Triisberg (Eds.), Public Preparation, Tallinn, 2007, pp. 56-62.

‘Talk Value: Cultural Industry and the Knowledge Economy’, in: Maria Hlavajova, Jill Winder & Binna Choi (Eds.), Concerning Knowledge Production, BAK, Utrecht, 2008, pp.182-197.


‘Publics and Post-Publics: The Production of the Social’, in: OPEN 14, Art as a Public Issue, NAi Publishers, Rotterdam, 2008, pp. 28-36.


‘Room for Thought’, in: Mahkuzine – Journal of Artistic Research 5, pp. 28-32, 2008.


‘No lugar da Esfera Pública?, in: Urbania 3, 2008, pp. 127-135.


‘The End of an Idea’, in: Mel Jordan & Malcolm Miles, Art and Theory After Socialism, Intellect Books, Bristol, 2008, pp. 67-75.


‘Positively East Village Revisited’, in: E-Flux Journal # 1, New York, 2008.

‘Positively White Cube Revisited’, E-Flux Journal # 3, New York, 2009.


‘Marks of Distinction, Vectors of Possibility – Questions for the Biennial’ in: OPEN 16, NAi Publishers, Rotterdam, 2009, pp. 68-79.


‘Positively Counter-Publics Revisited’, E-Flux Journal # 5, New York, 2009.


‘Once Upon a Time in the West’ in: Kuba Szreder (Ed.), Passengers, Warsaw, 2010.


‘Letter to Jane’ in: Paul O’Neill & Mick Wilson (Eds.), Pedagogical Subjects, De Appel, Amsterdam, 2010.


’The State We are In, or, What a State We are In! Notes on the State of a Global Artworld, its Subjects and Circulations’, Lex ter Braak, Lilet Breddels & Steven van Teeseling (Eds.), 6(0) Ways… Framing Cultural Diversity, NAi Publishers, Amsterdam, 2010.



b) Books:

Ja til Sven Dalsgaard (1994),


The Meaning of Site, Ø, Copenhagen, 1998. (with Katya Sander and Cecilie Høgsbro Østergaard)


We are All Normal (and we want our freedom), Black Dog Publishing, London, 2001. (with Katya Sander)

Knut Åsdam: Speech, Living, Sexualities, Struggle, Fine Arts Unternehmen, Zug, 2004.


In the Place of the Public Sphere?, OE, b_books, Berlin, 2005.


Capital (It Fails Us Now), OE, b_books, Berlin, 2006.


Konst, makt och politik, Skriftserien Kairos 12, Raster Förlag, Stockholm, 2007.


Here and Elsewhere, OE, b_books, Berlin, 2009. (With Katya Sander and Hito Steyerl)


Art and Critique. Selected Essays, b_books, Berlin, 2011.


6. Other

1993 co-founder of GLOBE.


1994 Consultant work for national Danish National Television DR, on the cultural magazine Polykrom.


2001 – 2003 President of AICA, Danish section.


2002 Residency at APEX curatorial programme, New York.


2004 – Correspondent for springerin.


2005 – co-founder of  tv-tv, an alternative TV-station in Copenhagen, Denmark


2007 – Advisor, Documenta12 magazine projects, Vienna /Kassel.


2008 – Columnist for E-Flux Journal, New York.