Curator in Residence 2024–2026
Norwegian Crafts has the pleasure of having Christina Zetterlund as the organisation's Curator in Residence 2024–2026. The collaboration will build upon and continue the work of our former curators in residence Namita Wiggers (2017), Joar Nango (2019) and Zoe Black (2020–2023). During the two-year collaboration, Norwegian Crafts and Christina Zetterlund will work on different types of programming, taking her approach to site-based methods of listening and learning beyond given hierarchies and institutionalised concepts as a starting point.
Christina Zetterlund collaborated with Norwegian Crafts and the Norwegian Association for Arts and Crafts (NK) on the programming of the seminar Craft as a meeting place at the National Museum in Oslo in October 2023 followed by three individual workshops.
About Christina Zetterlund
Christina Zetterlund is a craft and design historian active as educator and researcher at +Change Design, Linneaus University in Sweden. She also works as an independent curator within craft and design, focused on local and situated practices. Recent curatorial work includes the Luleå Biennial 2022, Craft & Art, in collaboration with Onkar Kular in Norrbotten, and (Re-)learning Archive in Småland.
Norwegian Crafts' Curator in Residence programme is made possible with funding from Arts and Culture Norway's support scheme Gjesteoppholdsstøtte for arenaer, arrangører og festivaler.