Olivia Berkowicz

Education

2019-2020Decolonizing Architecture: Experimental Sites of Knowledge Production, Royal Institute of Art, Stockholm2014–2016
Curating Art: International Master’s Program, including Management and Law, Stockholm University2015–2016
Philosophy in the Context of Art, Royal Institute of Art, Stockholm2010–2013
BA History of Art, Goldsmiths, University of London

 

Residencies

2020-2021
Fellowship at Akademie Schloss Solitude, Stuttgart2019
Now that’s what I call an artist’s residency!  PRAKSIS, Oslo 

 

Professional Work

2020–2022
Tentative Transmits: Toward a Formerising of the East through the Radio as G/Host, curatorial and artistic research project with Marianna Feher. Supported by the Royal Institute of Art, Stockholm Artistic Research Grant.
2019- ongoing
Eurosis, autonomous curatorial platform with Marianna Feher. Supported by City of Stockholm2019-2020
Project manager of An(Other) Vernacular with Afaina de Jong at Grafikens Hus, Södertälje
2017–2018
Co-curator with Joanna Nordin of Mending a Broken World – Lenke Rothman, Alina Chaiderov, Sörmlands Museum, Nyköping

2017-2019
Co-organiser and curator of Ferrara Residency, Ferrara
2017
Curator and producer of Clusterfuck, BFA Degree Show, Royal Institute of Art, Stockholm2015
Production Assistant Intern at Göteborg International Biennial for Contemporary Art (GIBCA), Gothenburg
2015
Programme Assistant Intern at Index – The Swedish Contemporary Art Foundation, Stockholm2015
Press Assistant Intern at Polish Institute, Stockholm2012
Programme Intern at the Adam Mickiewicz Institute, Warsaw
2011Intern for Documentations and Archive Department, Ujazdowski Castle for Contemporary Art, Warsaw

 

Publications

2019-2020
“The Grid and the Ornament” – Interview with Larisa Crunțeanu. Published in BLUEPRINT, ed.Larisa Crunțeanu and KAJET Digital.

2017
“’When a Game is Just a Game It’s No Fun.’ A Study of Play and Space in Andrzej Wajda’s film Innocent Sorcerers.” KAJET Journal (2017).2017
“Ecologies of Care and Intimacy – Curatorial Practices in the Capitalocene.” Stockholm University, 2017. Master’s Thesis.