Johan Lundh (Sweden/Germany)
is an independent curator and writer, dividing his time between Stockholm, Sweden and Berlin, Germany. He holds a Master of Fine Arts and a post-graduate degree in curatorial studies from Konstfack University College of Arts, Crafts and Design in Stockholm. Together with artists, curators, and scholars, Lundh engineers frameworks for artistic action and discursive production. He has curated exhibitions and projects for such organizations as Botkyrka Konsthall in Stockholm, Index Foundation in Stockholm, and Western Front in Vancouver, Canada. His writing has appeared in publications such as Art Lies, Art Papers, Canadian Art, C Magazine, Fillip, Fukt, Konstperspektiv, Mousse, Paletten, Yishu, as well as books and exhibition catalogues. Lundh’s current research is concerned with the impacts of international residencies on creative practices, and investigating experimental and imagined social formations.