Hanne Hammer Stien
Associate professor in Art History
Hanne Hammer Stien is Associate Professor in Art History at Academy of Arts. Her research interests are museology and curatorial practice, the history and theory of photography, contemporary art and art theory, and Sámi and Greenlandic art. One of Stien's recent publication is Kunst som deling. Delingens kunst (Fagbokforlaget, 2020), co-authored with Merete Jonvik, Eivind Røssaak, and Arnhild Sunnanå. The book focuses on changing practices within the contemporary art field in Norway the last decade. Stien has also practiced as an art critic and curated several exhibitions and art projects in public spaces. She is a member the artistic advisory board of the Lofoten International Art Festival (LIAF) and the artistic advisory board of the new government quarter in Oslo, member of the board of Nordic Art Reivew and Mađđi - Romsa kunsthall, a member of the board of research and development at the Arts Council Norway, and a member of the research group Worlding Northern Art (WONA) at UiT. Stien is also part of the research project Urban Transformation in a Warming Arctic (URBTRANS), led by Tone Huse.
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Museology, curatorial studies, photography, photography theory, visual culture, contemporary art, sámi art and art that deals with the north.