Andreas Brøgger is Curator at Nikolaj Kunsthal (Nikolaj Copenhagen Contemporary Art Center). With Karen Newman he has recently curated Efterbilleder [Persistence of Vision], an exhibition exploring the interplay of vision, memory and media (FACT, Foundation for Art and Creative Technology, 2010 and Nikolaj CCAC 2010-2011). Based on his research into developments in art and technology since the 1960s, he has lectured at the Transmediale and Electrohype festivals and contributed to a number of publications including Get Real: Real Time + Art (ed. M. Sondergaard, published by George Braziller, New York, 2005). With Omar Kholeif he is the editor of the book Vision, Memory and Media (Liverpool University Press/Chicago University Press, 2010). He has previously worked as a magazine editor and critic for print and online journals like Kritik, Øjeblikket, Periskop, SIKSI, Flash Art, rhizome.org, noemalab.com. Among previously curated exhibitions are KICK OFF – Contemporary Art and Football (Nikolaj CCAC, 2010), The Lake (Art Museum of West Zealand, 2009) and WEBSCAPE (Art Museum of West Zealand, 2006-2007). He holds an M.A. in Modern Culture Studies from the University of Copenhagen.
About the Center
The Center for Network Culture at the IT University Copenhagen consists of a group of interdisciplinary researchers from across the institution, coming together to investigate the notion of networked culture, which we see as one of the defining characteristics of the modern world.
We are particularly interested in going beyond the study of individual uses of technologies, focusing instead on the culture(s) of networks, remixing practices, collaboration, and distribution as key to understanding how we are negotiating a complex web of new technologies and social structures. We pay particular attention to the everyday (indeed often mundane) context and construction of network culture in our lives. We are interested in how people relate to each other in this digital world and to the shifting social and political actors that are shaping the future.
We are also strongly interested in the inter-relation between emerging technologies and practices... Read the full text here