Publications

[See also updated list on my university homepage]

PHD DISSERTATION

Touching History: Art, Performance, and Politics in Queer Times (Bergen: University of Bergen, 2013).

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PEER REVIEWED ARTICLES

“Den gode intentionens kunst: Kritik og kompleksitet i kunstformidlingens tidsalder i lys af Lilibeth Cuenca Rasmussens Afghan Hound” [The Art of Good Intentions: Criticality and Complexity in the Age of Art Mediation in Lilibeth Cuenca Rasmussen’s Afghan Hound] in Tærren: Dansk samtidskunst 2000-2015 (forthcoming 2017)

“Retro Racism: Colonial Ignorance and Racialized Affective Consumption in Danish Visual Culture” (forthcoming 2016)

“New Nordic Exceptionalism: Jeuno JE Kim and Ewa Einhorn’s The United Nations of Norden and Other Realist Utopias”, in Journal of Aesthetics and Culture (forthcoming 2016).

“Striking Reverberations: Beating Back the Unfinished History of the Colonial Aesthetic with Jeannette Ehlers’ Whip it Good,” in Otherwise: Imagining Queer Feminist Art Histories, eds. Amelia Jones & Erin Silver (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2016).

“Dormancy : Notes on Sleep, Criticality, and the Poetics of Suspension in and around Henriette Heise’s Darkness Machines,” in Not Now! Now! Chronopolitics, Art & Research. red. Renate Lorenz. Sternberg Press, 2014. pp. 136-161.

“Simultaneously: Queer Politics–All At Once” / “Gleichzeitig: Queere Politiken – alles auf einmal”, in Un/verblümt: Queere Politiken in Ästhetik und Theorie, eds. Josch Hoenes & Barbara Paul (Berlin: Revolver Publishing, 2014), pp. 54-73.

“The Trouble With Straight Time: Disruptive Anachronisms in Pauline Boudry and Renate Lorenz’s N.O. Body,” in Performing Archives / Archives of Performance, eds. Rune Gade & Gunhild Borggreen (Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press, 2013), pp. 448-464.

“Et dykk ned i følelsesarkivet: Al Massons reiseobjekter” [Delving into the Archive of Feelings: Al Masson’s Travel Objects], in Talende bilder – Tekster om kunst og visuell kultur, eds. Sigrid Lien and Caroline Serck-Hanssen (Bergen: Scandinavian University Press, 2010), pp. 279-304.

We’re Here! We’re Queer? Activist Archives and Archival Activism,” in Lambda Nordica, No. 3-4, 2010, pp. 90-118.

“Det umulige puslespill: Felix Gonzalez-Torres og den biografiske irreversibilitet” [The Impossible Puzzle: Felix Gonzalez-Torres and the biographical irreversibility] in Passepartout: skrifter for kunsthistorie, No. 30, 2010, pp. 88-105.

Hornsleths un/fair trade: Æstetisk evangelisme og nykolonialistisk etnografi i samtidskunsten” [Hornsleth’s Unfair Trade: Aesthetic Evangelism and Neocolonial Ethnography in Contemporary Art] with Tobias Raun, in Kvinder, Køn og Forskning, No. 4, 2008, pp. 23-37.

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ARTICLES IN JOURNALS AND BOOKS

“Hvad sker der for DRs Arvingerne?” [What’s Up with DR’s Arvingerne?] (with Mons Bissenbakker, Michael Nebeling Petersen, Lene Myong, and Tobias Raun) Kvinder, Køn & Forskning, no. 3, 2015, pp. 43-53.

“Den nye kjedsomhet: Om Elmgreen & Dragsets Biography” [The New Boredom: On Elmgreen & Dragset’s Biography“], Kunstkritikk.no, 24.10.2014.

“Arresting Performances”, in re.act.feminism–a performing archive: Vol II, eds. Beatrice E. Stammer og Bettina Knaup (Berlin and London: Verlag fuer Moderne Kunst/Live Art Development Agency, 2013) [forthcoming].

“Et legende arbejde: Al Massons rejseobjekter” / “Playful Work: Al Masson’s Travel Objects,” in Al Masson: Play Time (Odense: Brandts, 2013), pp. 2-12, 17-29.

“Archival Activism: Living Anachronisms and Other Unfinished Histories,” in Manifesta Journal – Around Curatorial Practices, No. 14, 2012, pp. 77-80.

“This Performance Stinks: DUNST and the Politics of Arrested Development,” in Dance Theatre Journal, No. 3, Vol. 24, 2011, pp. 6-10.

“Disruptive Anachronisms: Feeling Historical with N.O. Body,” in Temporal Drag, eds. Pauline Boudry & Renate Lorenz (Ostfildern: Hatje Cantz Verlag, 2011), pp. 1982-1990.

“Simultaneously: Queer Politics–All At Once,” in Chewing the Scenery, ed. Andrea Thal (Zurich: Edition Fink, 2011), pp. 63-64, 137-144, 159-160.

Tilbake til fremtiden: Mulighetsbetingelsene for queerteori i Norge etter Hjernevask-­debatten i 2010” [Back to the Future: The possibilities for queer theory in Norway after the Brainwash-debate in 2010] in Vagant, No. 1, 2011, pp. 38-49.

“Å tafse på det utenkelige: Om Anna Lundbergs Allt annat än allvar” [Groping the Unthinkable: On Anna Lundberg’s Allt annat än allvar], Tidsskrift for Kjønnsforskning No 1, 2010, pp. 57-64.

Back to the Darkroom, Please! Disrupting the Narrative of Progress in As I Am: LGBT in CPH,” in Trikster: Nordic Queer Journal, No. 4, 2010.

“Touching History: Archival Relations in Queer Art and Theory,” in Lost and Found: Queerying the Archive, eds. Mathias Danbolt, Jane Rowley, Louise Wolthers (Copenhagen: Nikolaj Copenhagen Contemporary Art Center, 2009), pp. 27-54.

Perfekte sammenbrudd: Begjær og teatralitet i Elmgreen og Dragsets The Collectors” [Perfect Breakdown: Desire and Theatricality in Elmgreen and Dragset’s The Collectors] in Drömbyggen–Svensk Arkitekturmuseets Årboks 2009, ed. Annelie Kurttila (Stockholm: Arkitekturmuseet, 2009), pp. 70-84.

Seriøs flørting: Om Katarina Bonneviers Behind Straight Curtains” [Serious Flirations: On Katarina Bonnevier’s Behind Straight Curtains] in Kritiker, No. 9, Vol. 91, 2008, pp. 18-31 [Reprinted on Audiatur.no].

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ESSAYS, STATEMENTS, REVIEWS, DIALOGUES

In the Hands of the Social: An Interview with Judith Butler“, in FRANK: Conversations, May 2015.

Fragments of Failure: A Conversation Between Ester Fleckner and Mathias Danbolt“, in FRANK: Conversations, May 2015.

The Chronic: A Conversation Between Renate Lorenz, Elizabeth Freeman, and Mathias Danbolt“, in FRANK: Conversations, May 2015

“Zpráva z popelnice dějin: O norském vymývání mozků a neaktuálnosti queer politiky” [The Untimeliness of Queer Politics: A Report from the Dustbin of History] A2, no. 7, 2015, 18-19.

“Seeing Relationally : Review of Amelia Jones, Seeing Differently: A History and Theory of Identification in the Visual Arts,” in Nora: Nordic Journal of Feminist and Gender Research, Vol. 22, Nr. 2, 2014, pp. 159-163.

“The Chronic : Zum Begriffshorizont und künstlerischen Einsatz des ‘Chronischen’: Renate Lorenz im Gespräch mit Mathias Danbolt und Elizabeth Freeman” (with Renate Lorenz and Elizabeth Freeman), in  Springerin: Hefte für Gegenwartskunst, Vol. Winter, Nr. 1, 2014, pp. 17-23.

“The Time for Raised Fists”, in Mary Coble: Protest in Pride. ed. Mary Coble. Gothenburg, 2014.

“Hvad sker der for DRs Arvingerne?” [What’s Up with DR’s TV-show Arvingerne?] (with Mons Bissenbakker, Lene Myong, Michael Nebeling Petersen and Tobias Raun), in Kvinder, Køn & Forskning, No. 3, 2014, pp. 43-53.

Killjoys in Paradise,” in Å Paradis: Strategies for The Nordic Queer. Oslo : kunstplass5, 2014.

“Roundtable on the Critical Archive” (edited with Sven Spieker), in ARTMargins, Vol. 3, No. 3, 2014, 3-20.

“Discourse: A Conversation Between FRANK & Mathias Danbolt”, in VOLUSPÅ, eds. FRANK (Sille Storihle and Liv Bugge) (Oslo: Torpedo, 2013), pp. 48-51.

“Affective vendinger og dissonanser: En samtale mellem Mathias Danbolt, Dorthe Staunæs og Christina Hee Pedersen” [Affective Turns and Dissonances: A Conversation Between Mathias Danbolt, Dorthe Staunæs and Christina Hee Pedersen], Kvinder, Køn, og Forskning, No. 3-4, 2013, pp. 9- 18.

“Not Not Over: Mobilisations de l’archive dans l’art féministe” / “Not Not Over: Archival Engagements in Queer Feminist Art,” in Fais un effort pour te souvenir. Ou, à défaut, invente / Make an Effort to Remember. Or, Failing that, Invent, eds. Aliocha Imhoff & Kantuta Quiros (Paris: bétonsalon, 2013), pp. 4-5 [PDF].

“Hjernevask og stammespråk: En samtale mellom Sille Storihle og Mathias Danbolt” [Brainwash and Tribal Languages: A Conversation Between Sille Storihle and Mathias Danbolt], in Billedkunst, No. 3, 2013, 33-34.

Introduksjon til Eileen Myles” [Introduction to Eileen Myles], in First we had a couple of feelers down at Tom’s place: stemmer fra Audiatur Waste Land 2012, eds. Karl Larsson og Cathrine Strøm (Bergen: Audiatur, 2012).

“Introduksjon til Ann Cvetkovichs Depresjon: Et prosjekt for offentlige følelser” [Introduction to Ann Cvetkovich’s Depression: A Public Feeling Project], in Vagant, No. 1, 2012, p. 37.

“Selvstudiekurs i queerfeministisk antirasistisk kritikk” [Study Course in Queer Feminist Anti-Racist Critique], FETT: Feministisk tidsskrift, No. 3, 2011, pp. 50-54. (Reprinted in English translation on New Compass, Danish translation on Queerkraft.dk).

“Selvstudiekurs i queerfeministisk ønsketenkning” [Study Course in Queer Feminist Utopian Thinking], FETT: Feministisk tidsskrift, No. 2 2011, pp. 40-41. (Reprinted in Danish translation on Queerkraft.dk).

“Selvstudiekurs i queerfeministisk gledesdreping” [Study Course in Becoming a Queer Feminist Killjoy] in FETT: Feministisk tidsskrift, No. 1, 2011, pp. 58-59. (Reprinted in Danish translation on Queerkraft.dk).

“Queerteori og stråmennsdebatter” [Smoke Screens in Debates on Queer Theory] in FagbladetForskningsetikk, No. 3, 2010, pp. 22.

“The Adolescent Gaze: Catherine Opie’s Jesse” in Filter – for fotografi, No. 3, 2009, pp. 70-71.

“HBT for dummies: Om Som jeg er på Københavns Bymuseum” [LGBT for dummies: On As I Am at Copenhagen City Museum] in Webmagasinet Forum for køn og kultur 08.28.09.

Norsk kuk: En gjennomgang av kuk i norsk samtidslitteratur” [Norwegian Cock: A Survey of Cocks in Norwegian Contemporary Literature] in Prosopopeia No. 4, Vol. 15, 2009, pp. 64-68.

“Seksualitet som øloplukker – en samtale om dansk seksualitetsforskning [Sexuality as bottle opener – a conversation on Danish Research on Sexuality], moderator, Kvinder, Køn & Forskning, No, 2, 2009, pp. 7-18.

Dismantling the Serious Machine: An Interview with Gavin Butt,” in Trikster: Nordic Queer Journal, No. 3, 2009.

Front Room – Back Room: An Interview with Douglas Crimp,” in Trikster: Nordic Queer Journal, No. 2, 2008.

The Eccentric Archive: An Interview with Judith Halberstam,” in Trikster: Nordic Queer Journal, No. 1, 2008.

Bash Back: Queer Vold fra Pink Panthers til Pink Pistols” [Bash Back: Queer Violence from Pink Panthers to Pink Pistols], in Øjeblikket No. 49, Vol. 15. 2008, pp. 43-48 [Reprinted on Queerkraft.dk].

“Å betrakte andres søppel: Christian Yde Frostholms Vigilance Propreté” [Regarding the Trash of Others: Christian Yde Frostholm’s Vigilance Propreté ], in HIFO nytt, Nr. 3, 2008.

“Kunst og karriere: Rough Guide til Københavns kunstliv” [Art and Career: Rough Guide to Copenhagen’s Art Scene], in Kunstkritikk.no, 13.06.08.

“Sankt Jarman” [Saint Jarman] Review of Derek Jarman: Brutal Beauty, Serpentine Gallery, London, in Kunstkritikk.no, 15.04.08.

’Jomfru Maria er den saftigste tomaten’” [’Mother Mary is the Juiciest Tomato’], review of Julie Ault’s Come Alive! The Spirited Art of Sister Corita, and Wet and Wild: The Spirit of Sister Corita, Galleri Signal, Malmö, in Morgenbladet, 12.14.07.

“Sensitiv video” [Sensitive Video] review of the festival Made in Video, Copenhagen, in Øjeblikket No. 47, 2006.

Contributions to Afsnit P’s collective “plog“, 2006-2007.

Kjønnsfordumming – en kritikk av Knut Kolnars Mannedyret [Gender Stupidity – A Critique of Knut Kolnar’s Mannedyret] with Fredrik Langeland, in Prosopopeia, No. 3-4, 2005.

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NEWSPAPER ARTICLES, INTERVIEWS IN MEDIA, AND PUBLIC DEBATES

Guldkysten og den historiske og politiske ’korrekthed’” [The Gold Coast and Historical and Political Correctness] (with Lene Myong). Peculiar.dk, July 27, 2015.

Guldkysten dyrker en hvid frelserfortælling” [The Gold Coast and White Savior Narratives] (with Lene Myong), in Politiken, July 20, 2015, p. 5. [Reprinted on Peculiar.dk].

’Fuldkommen misforstået’? Kampen om konteksten i offentlighedens fortolkningsfælleskab” [Totally Misunderstood? The Fight over Context in the Public Interpretive Community] (with Mons Bissenbakker, Lene Myong, Michael Nebeling Petersen, and Tobias Raun, Peculiar.dk, 01.25.15.

Pippi og den danske uskyld” [Pippi and the Danish Innocence] (with Mons Bissenbakker, Lene Myong, and  Michael Nebeling Petersen) in Information, October 11, 2014, pp. 16-17.

EuroPride kaster glans over Frp” (with Stine Helena Bang Svendsen), Dagbladet, June 20, 2014, pp. 58-59.

Racisme hører ikke fortiden til”  [Racism does not belong to the past] (with Mons Bissenbakker and Michael Nebeling Petersen), Politiken. April 2, 2014, p. 7.

Den skandaløse påstand om strukturel racisme” [The ‘scandalous assertion’ of structural racism] with Mons Bissenbakker and Michael Nebeling Petersen), Peculiar.dk, March 5, 2014.

En forstyrrende agent i nåtiden: Intervju med Mathias Danbolt om FRANKs Marie Høeg Meets Klara Lidén” [A Disturbing Agent in the Present: Interview with Mathias Danbolt on FRANK’s Marie Høeg Meets Klara Lidén], Kunstkritikk.no, May 9, 2014.

Prostitusjonsdebatt på avveie” [Debate on Sex Work Going Astray] (with Synnøve Økland Jahnsen, Ida Kock, and Andrés Lekanger, Dagbladet, August 27, 2013.

Homospøkelser i mannsforskningen” [The Gay Ghost in Masculinity Studies] with Fredrik Langeland, in Dagbladet 20.06.05.

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EDITED VOLUMES

Lost and Found: Queerying the Archive, edited by Mathias Danbolt, Louise Wolthers and Jane Rowley (Copenhagen: Nikolaj Copenhagen Contemporary Art Center, 2009).

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EDITED JOURNALS

“New Horizons,” theme issue of Trikster: Nordic Queer Journal, No. 4, 2010.

“Queer Literature: A User’s Manual,” theme issue of Trikster: Nordic Queer Journal, No. 3, 2009. Co-edited with Athena Farrokhzad and Linn Hansén.

“Queering Space,” theme issue of Trikster: Nordic Queer Journal, No. 2, 2008.

“Queer Nordic?,” theme issue of Trikster: Nordic Queer Journal, No. 1, 2008. Co-edited with Fredrik Langeland.

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MASTER THESIS

Sankt Felix: Kunstnerens død og oppstandelse i postmoderne kunstteori med utgangspunkt i Felix Gonzalez-Torres’ “Untitled” (Lover Boys), [Saint Felix: The Death and Resurrection of the Author in Postmodernist Art Theory in light of Felix Gonzalez-Torres’s “Untitled” (Lover Boys)], University of Bergen, 2007 [PDF].

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INVITED LECTURES

“’Whip It Good’: Colonial Ignorance and Decolonial Rage in Danish Art and Culture”, Hidden Histories: Summer School, organized by Mick Wilson, Valand, University of Gothenburg, Sweden, 06.23.15.

“Intimate Constellations / Constellations of Intimacy: Mapping Attachments with Ester Fleckner’s I Navigate in Collisions,” Empire of Love: Alternative Relationships and Other Possibilities, organized by Carlos Motta, Mary Coble and Sara Jordenö, Valand, University of Gothenburg, Sweden, 01.25.15.

“Hvit nostalgi: Kolonialvarenes kolonihistorie og dansk hverdagsrasisme” [White Nostalgia: The Colonial History of Colonial Commodities and Danish Everyday Racism] Midt i mængden: At tale om farvede identiteter, organized by Adoptionspolitisk Forum, University of Copenhagen, 11.14.14.

“Breaking the Waves: Tuning Into Queer History with FRANK’s Voluspå“, FRANK: Marie Høeg Meets Klara Lidén, organized by Sille Storihle, Liv Bugge, and David Frantz, ONE Archives, University of Southern California, February 21, 2014.

“Critical Intimacy, or, How to Criticize Intimacy: Responding to Being Together,” Being Together: Remaking Public Intimacy, organized by Wenche Mühleisen and Jørgen Lorentzen, University of Oslo, Norway, 12.06.13.

“Dormancy: Art, Activism, and the Politics of Suspension,” keynote, Not Now! Now! The very exiting temporal politics of arts-based research, organized by Renate Lorenz, Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, Wien, 10.17.13-10.18.13.

“Whitewashing Art History: Elmgreen & Dragset’s Thorvaldsen’s Series and the Optics of Whiteness,” Archives Beyond Colorblindness, organized by Hans Hedberg, Gunilla Knape, and Louise Wolthers, Gothenburg University and The Hasselblad Foundation, Gothenburg, 09.30.13.

“Political Depression: Structures of Feeling in the Public Sphere,” with Stine Helena Bang Svendsen, Torpedo Salong, organized by Ingrid Grånli Åm, Oslo, Norway, 04.17.13.

“Touching History: Art, Performance, and Politics in Queer Times,” Department of Arts and Cultural Studies, organized by Gunhild Borgreen, Copenhagen University, 01.01.13.

“Touching History: Art, Performance, and Politics in Queer Times,” The Queer Seminar, organized by Janne Bromseth and Fanny Ambjörnson. Stockholm University, Sweden, 12.04.12.

“Failing to Deliver: Queer Performance in Times of Political Depression,” International Performance Festival 2012, organized by Gritt Ulldal-Jessen, Jørgen Callesen and Sarah Armstrong, Warehouse9, Copenhagen, Denmark, 11.25.12.

“Queer Preposterousness: We Who Feel Temporally Disoriented,” We Who Feel Differently: Symposium organized by Carlos Motta and Raegan Truax, The New Museum, New York City, US, 05.05.12.

“This Masculinity Stinks! Anal-izing dunst’s Bottoms,” Threatening Masculinities/Threatening Men, organized by Ellen Mortensen, Center for Women and Gender Studies, University of Bergen, Norway, 03.07.12.

“Simultaneously: Queer Politics – All At Once,” Un/Verblühmt lecture series, organized by Barbara Paul and Josch Hoenes, Oldenburg, Universität and Bremen Art Academy, Oldenburg, Germany, 12.09.11.

“Using History as a Kleenex: The Economies of Touch in Queer Art and Theory,” Chewing the Scenery: Live Events, organized by Andrea Thal, Teatro Fondamenta Nouve, Swiss Off-Site Pavilion, Venice Biennial, Italy, 09.09.11.

“Tilbake til fremtiden: Imot en progressiv queeraktivisme” [Back to the Future: Against/Towards Progressive Queer Activism], Network for LGBT Studies, University of Oslo, organized by Siri Lindstad and Turid Eikvam, Norway, 11.30.10.

“D.I.T. Do It Together! The Archives of Queer Activist Aesthetics”, Center for Gender Studies Lecture Series, organized by Tiina Rosenberg, University of Lund, Sweden, 18.11.10.

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CONFERENCE PAPERS AND LECTURES (SELECTION)

“Sticky Objects, Sticky Histories: Colonial Aesthetics, Stereotypes, and the Trouble of Contextualization”, Racialisation and Ethnification: Politics and Problems in Cultural Representations, organized by Anne Ring Petersen, University of Copenhagen, Denmark, 03.18.15.

“Fail Better: The Cruel Optimism of Wiki-edit-a-thons,” Archival Bias: Contructing, Coding and Curating Crowdsourced Archives, organized by Nanna Bonde Thylstrup et. al, University of Copenhagen, Denmark, 03.09.15

“Den gode intensjonens kunst: ‘Kritikk’ og ‘politikk’ i mikrofonstativets tidsalder i lys av Lilibeth Cuenca Rasmussens Afghan Hound” [The Art of Good Intentions: ‘Critique’ and ‘Politics’ in Relation to Lilibeth Cuenca Rasmussen’s Afghan Hound], TÆRREN – Samtidskunst i Danmark, Nationalmuseet, Copenhagen, Denmark, 02.20.15.

“Dannebroget: Kolonial æstetik og hvid nostalgi i Danmark” [Dannebroget: Colonial Aesthetic and White Nostalgia in Denmark], Skeletter i historiens skab: Kropsdele, raceteorier og koloniale fantasier, Nordatlantens Brygge, Copenhagen, Denmark, 01.12.15.

“Queer Preposterousness, or, How to Do Temporally Disoriented History,” AHA American Historical Association 2015, New York, USA, 01.05.15.

“Agiterende erindringer: Introduksjon til Yvette Brackmans Agit Flight” [Agitational Memories: Introduction to Yvette Brackman’s Agit Flight], At genopføre fortiden: Kunst som erindringsarbejde, 12.02.14.

“Affective Aliens: Sex, AIDS, and Institutional Embodiment”, Roundtable: Why Does Fred Sandbeck’s Work Make Me Cry?, organized by Fatima Heltberg and Sidsel Meineche Hansen, Cubit, London, 11.15.14.

“‘A Scandalous Assertion’: Structural Racism and Ideologies of Colorblindness in Denmark”, BE.BOP 2013: Black Europe Body Politics, organized by Alanna Lockward and Jeannette Ehlers, Copenhagen, May 18, 2014.

“‘Whip it Good’: Mot en dekolonial kunsthistorie” [‘Whip it Good’: Toward a Decolonial Art History], University of Copenhagen, May 19, 2014.

“What’s Queer with Queer Archives/Queer Art?” Åh Paradis@Pride House. Litteraturhuset, Oslo, June 22, 2014.

“Doug Ashford in Conversation with Mathias Danbolt”, Bureau Publik, Copenhagen, March 14, 2014.

“Samhørighet: Å tune inn på queerhistorien med Pauline Boudry og Renate Lorenz’ To Valerine Solanas and Marylin Monroe in Recognition of their Desperation (2013) [Listening Together: Tuning into Queer History with Pauline Boudry and Renate Lorenz’ To Valerine Solanas and Marylin Monroe in Recognition of their Desperation (2013)], FRANK Salon #10, Kunstnernes Hus, Oslo, 18.12.13.

“History in a Cup: Matt Wolf’s Smalltown Boys and the Artificial Reprodution of Queer Activism,” Performance Studies international Conference # 19, Stanford University, USA, 07.26.13– 07.29.13.

“Looking for Trouble: Notes on Queer Paradoxology,” PhD Public Trial Lecture, University of Bergen, 29.01.13.

“Re(f)using Archives: Cruel Optimism in re.act.feminism #2 – a performing archive,” Performance Studies international Conference #18, University of Leeds, UK, 06.27– 07.01.12.

“Cruel Optimism in Activist History, or, How to Deal with Archival Guilt Trips,” Rethinking Gender & Power After the Affective Turn, Roskilde University, Denmark, 11.05.12.

“Reading Politically: Police, Politics, and Performance in Research”, University of Bergen, Norway, 02.01.12.

“Using History as a Kleenex: The Economies of Touch in Queer Art and Theory,” When Is History? Re-enactment, Anachronisms, and the Afterlife of Aesthetic Practices, Copenhagen University/Falsterbo, 10.12-10.14.11.

“Getting Trashed,” Trashing Performance Salon, Toynbee Studios, London, UK, 10.10.11.

“This Performance Stinks: dunst, Trash, and the Politics of Arrested Development,” Performance Studies international Conference #17; University of Utrecht, Netherlands, 05.25-05.29.11.

“Response to Nicholas de Genova’s keynote lecture ‘The Queer Politics of Migration’,” Copenhagen University, Denmark, 12.10.10.

“Bad Timing: Unfinished Histories in Sharon Hayes’s In the near future,” Performing Idea Forum; Whitechapel Gallery, London, UK. 10.08.10.

“Disruptive Anachronisms: Feeling Historical with N.O. Body,” Performance Studies international Conference #16, York University & Ontario College of Arts and Design, Toronto, Canada, 06.09-06.13.10.

“Too Late? In-Between the Paranoid and the Reparative in (Post-)Queer Theory,” PhD seminar, Goldsmiths University of London, UK, 03.25.10.

“Queers Without Borders: Activist Travels in Elliat Graney-Saucke’s Travel Queeries,” Border Documents Conference, CPH DOX & Copenhagen University, Denmark, 09.09–09.11.09.

“An Archival Impulse in Queer Theory: Activist Archives and Archival Activism,” Feminist Research Methods: An International Conference, Stockholm University, Sweden, 02.04-02.06.09.

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PRESS (SELECTED)

Emil Eggert Scherrebeck, “Har du også glemt, hvorfor det hedder kolonialvarer?” [Have You also Forgotten Why we Use the Term “Kolonialvarer” (Colonial Commodities)?], Information, 01.03.15.

Stine Berg Evensen, “En forstyrrende agent i nåtiden: Intervju med Mathias Danbolt om ‘Marie Høeg Meets Klara Lidén‘” [A Disturbing Agent in the Present: An Inteview with Mathias Danbolt on ‘Marie Høeg Meets Klara Lidén’], Kunstkritikk.dk 05.09.14.

Sandra Lillebø, “–Uholdbar queerkritikk”, Klassekampen 07.03.2011.

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