Cecilie Gravesen is a visual artist and curator. Her curatorial projects offer an elastic, discursive space defined through commissioning, film production, gallery exhibitions, consulting, and writing about specific practices. Particular interests are: curatorial strategies for artist engagement with historical archives and heritage sites, postcolonial discourse and the suggestion of transcendence and divinity as critical faculty.

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Left: J&K The Babylon Case (2008), detail. Right: Exhibition publication for Marie Lund and Nina Beier (Gravesen, Åbake and the artists, 2006), detail.

Recent projects include Curator of artist film commissions for The Danish Film Institute; Line Producer for the UK artist film commissioning agency Film and Video Umbrella; Assistant Curator to James Putnam at The Freud Museum’s Andy Hope exhibition, and curatorial consultant for ‘The Babylon Case - a time capsule for our civilization’, an exhibition by artist duo J&K at the Pergamonmuseum in Berlin.

The curatorial projects draw on Cecilie’s experience as an artist in discerning the subtle threads between works and concerns. Her articles have been printed in art and academic journals, exhibition catalogues and magazines, and she was co-editor of the anthology 69 on the Copenhagen Youth House.