Jasmine Hinks


Jasmine Hinks (1989) is a British curator and writer based in Stockholm, where she is currently completing her MA in Curating Art at Stockholm University. Hinks’ practice investigates the relations between artwork, context and audience. Through interdisciplinary collaboration, her projects unpack and re-think curatorial approaches, with a specific interest in spatial and textual framing. Ongoing research focuses on the affordances of public space – and the public sphere – within the expanded art field and in a broader social context.

In 2016, Hinks presented the curatorial project Codified Environments: Renderings of Public Space at Färgfabriken, Stockholm. The exhibition featured works by filmmaker Lucia Pagano and artist Johanna Gustafsson Fürst, and constructed an extended platform for dialogue around notions of public and private. Her curatorial approach has grown out of her experience working alongside artists in self-organised platforms in her native Scotland.

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