Anne Sofie Askholm lives in Aarhus, Denmark. She has a BA in Religion, Anthropology and Development Studies, and an MA in Visual Anthropology. Besides that, she has studied photography and film at Fatamorgana, a Danish school of art photography. She currently works on the island Samsø in Denmark where she is working on two projects. One is about including citizens in city planning, the other is about creating an exhibition about climate change and green energy. Before this, she worked with film production and exhibitions. In her spare time she is part of the editorial board on NAFA Network (Nordic Anthropological Film Association). She is interested in both themes connecting social and ethical issues with art and activism as well as relations between rural and city life, and human-nature-climate relations. After HiA she will pursue new projects concerning these topics.
Updated May 2019
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