Alexandra Jønsson is a socially engaged artist and postgraduate researcher based in Aalborg, Denmark. Her work explores pedagogy, participatory art, and feminist approaches to digital culture, ecological sites and public space. Her practice- based PhD research Body Politics of Data is funded by the Arts & Humanities Research Council (UK).
She we works in formats of public intervention, participatory sculpture, new media, workshops, DIY making and performance. She often works collaboratively, most recently with Cliff Hammett and Loes Bogers, and she is a co-founder of Lím Collective, a new exhibition platform in Aalborg exploring intersections of health, power and art. She was a former organiser of Goldsmiths University collective The Open System Association, Autonomous Tech Fetish (ATF), and The Body Recovery Unit.