Nora-Swantje Almes, image by Paul Niedermayer

Nora-Swantje Almes is a German curator, producer and writer, currently based in Glasgow. Her research explores topics of intersectionality, queerness and gatherings as a performative format for platforming a multiplicity of voices.

Currently, she is the assistant curator at Glasgow International. Independently, she recently co-curated the performance series Aggregates at Raven Row London, Lilian Nejatpour’s Choreophobia at Somerset House London and curated the exhibition series What’s good for me is good for you? A physical multilogue at Mimosa House London. Almes previously held positions at Chisenhale Art Place, Art Angel London and Schinkel Pavillon Berlin. She is a publications associate at Participant Inc New York City and founding member of the curatorial collective TWTMC which focuses on interdisciplinary projects around hybrid identities.

Upcoming performative exhibitions include Aggregates at Ausstellungsraum Klingental Basel and love and other rhythms at Kunsthalle Exnergasse Vienna.

Header image by Philippe Gerlach, Bless This Place (2018), performance by Aaron Ratajczyk.

Portrait image by Paul Niedermayer.

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