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ACADEMIC TEACHING

2019-2020 Associate Lecturer; Embodiment & Experience, 3rd year BA module, Department for Media & Communications, Goldsmiths College University of London, UK.

2017 Associate lecturer: MA Digital Culture, Centre for Cultural Studies, Goldsmiths College University of London, UK. March-May

2017 Associate lecturer: BA Digital Arts Computing, Department of Computing, Goldsmiths College University of London, UK. March-May

2016 Associate lecturer: MA Digital Culture, Centre for Cultural Studies, Goldsmiths College University of London, UK. November.

2014 Visiting Artist: MA Interactive Media: Critical Theory & Practice, Centre for Cultural Studies, Goldsmiths College University of London, UK. December.

SELECTED EXHIBITIONS

2020 Alexandra Jønsson, The Body Politics of Data, solo show, London Gallery West, London (UK), 25th January – 8th February.

2019 The Body Recovery Unit, Alexandra Jønsson and Loes Bogers, #expecting #care #cards, postcard collection, Lewisham Maternity Ward, London (UK), 01-29th November.

2018 The Body Recovery Unit, #Whisk in your head? Audio work, voice-over by Toyin Adeyinka, Lewisham Maternity Ward, London (UK), 5th December.

2017-2018  The Body Recovery Unit, Alexandra Jønsson and Loes Bogers, Data Therapy: Healing Required, pop-up clinic and video, in “Neotopia: Data and Humanity“, group exhibition at Arts Centre Nabi (SKR). 2nd November- 31st January.

2016 ATF, Alexandra Jønsson and Cliff Hammett, Data Buffet: All You Can Input, 3-part exhibition project around locally produced data, in Exeter Library, a part of “The Museum of Contemporary Commodities”, Exeter (UK). 20-22th May.  

20152016 Alexandra Jønsson, Research Experiments, research experiments, in “In Process“, group exhibition, Project Galleries, Westminster University, London (UK). 10th December – 8th January.

2013 Alexandra Jønsson, Day 21133, public performance Ilford shopping Centre, a part of Silent Cacophony Performance Network, Platform 7, London (UK), November 21st.

2013 Alexandra Jønsson, Suction Mechanisms, public performance in “Everything but The Kitchen“, group exhibition by the Open System Association, at Harts Lane Gallery, London (UK). 21-23 July.

2012 Alexandra Jønsson and Miriam Wistreich, A Material Conversation, installation in female toilets during “Feminist Materialism”, conference,  Copenhagen University (DK). 26-27th April. 

2011 Alexandra Jønsson and Cliff Hammett, X-msg, a DIY social telephony system developed in collaboration with sex worker activist, at “ORIGIN – How It All Begins”, Ars Electronica, Linz (AU). 31st August – 6th September.

SELECTED WORKSHOPS

2019 Alexandra Jønsson, Life Drawing the Attention Theft, life drawing class series, Deptford Community Cinema, London (UK). 5th May, 30th June, 17th September, 5th December.

2019 Body Recovery Unit, Alexandra Jønsson and Loes Bogers, Make Your Own Throwback Sticker Pack, data collage workshop, Tate Modern, London (UK). 3rd May.

2019 Body Recovery Unit, Alexandra Jønsson and Loes Bogers, Make Your Queer Parenting Sticker Pack, data collage workshop, at “Oxytocin: Mothering the World”, Kings Colleg, London (UK). 9th March.

2017 – Alexandra Jønsson and Cliff Hammett, Working with Data in Artistic practice, workshop module: Making for Change Youth Residences, at Craftspace, Birmingham (UK). 16th July.

2017 ATF, Alexandra Jønsson and Loes Bogers, Nappy Printing & Healthcare Cutting, DIY vegetable printing workshop in analysing maternity statistics and policies, at the Common House, London (UK). 5th May. 

2016 ATF, Alexandra Jønsson and Cliff Hammett, The Body of Biometrics, a workshop in making biometrics devices, at the Common House, London (UK). 9th July.

2016 ATF, Rad Ed, Alexandra Jønsson, Monitoring Education, a collaborative workshop with education workers mapping the impact of data collection and production in educational, at the Common House, London (UK). 11th June.

2015 ATF at Common House; launch of Betty Ciphers Encryption School, a part of Anti University, London. Free open-source feminist encryption tool-kits, The Common House, London (UK).

2015 ATF at Furtherfield Commons, “Sex and Security” London, UK: Misbehavioral Codes, a workshop in behavior coding, online and offline, historical practice and device. 22nd March.

2014 ATF, Alexandra Jønsson and Cliff Hammett, “Bodily Bureaucracies”, workshop in exploring personal relations to data, Common House, London (UK:Betty Ciphers Encryption School, a part of Anti University, London (UK). 13th December.

2014 ATF, Alexandra Jønsson and Cliff Hammett, “Queering Computing”, workshop in interface disruption, Brixton House of Brag, London (UK). 5th June.

EDUCATION

2013 – 2019 PhD (AHRC funded). Body Politics of Data, in: Artistic Research in Art and Technology.  Centre for Research, Education, Art & Media (CREAM), Westminster University, London.

2009-2010 MA Interactive Media: Critical Theory & Practice, Goldsmiths College University of London.

2006-2009 BA Art History, Copenhagen University.

AWARDS & FUNDING

2019: A-N Artist Development Bursary; Fran Trust Travel Bursary; Global Engagement Development Fund.

2018: Westminster 125 Fund; Global Engagement Development Fund.

2013-2016: Arts & Humanities Research Council 3-year PhD scholarship (UK).

2011: Ars Electronica Digital Communities Prize of Distinction for the project X-MSG (with Cliff Hammett).

2010: Oticon Fonden legat; Augustinus Fonden legat; udlandsstipendiet.