Patricia Petersen is an interdisciplinary photographer and filmmaker from Copenhagen. She has recently graduated with a BA of first-class honours in Fine Art: Print & Time-Based Media from the University of the Arts London. Inspired by experimental ethnography, Petersen’s work aims to challenge and reframe historical, social and political narratives through a feminist lens. Her work has been exhibited across Europe and in 2019 she was invited to Festival Circulation(s) as an emerging European photographer in Paris. From 2018-2019 Petersen worked as a media content developer for Shades of Noir, a social justice platform that promotes inclusivity and diversity within Higher Education and the Arts. During this time, Petersen was the co-lead on the Shades of Noir Terms of Reference (ToR) publication titled: ‘Disabled People: The Voice of Many’. Working at Shades of Noir has significantly influenced Petersen’s projects and future goals, namely to combine social justice, human rights and advocacy with art.
Updated May 2020
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We thank the Landecker Democracy Fellowship Admissions Committee 2021
We thank the members of our Admissions Committee for the Landecker Democracy Fellowship 2021/22. From August to September, 2021 members of the Admissions Committee read over 150 applications and interviewed more than 90 finalists.
Presenting the Podcast Series: 'Stories From the Unity of the Realm'
In this podcast series the 2020 Copenhagen Fellows delve into some of the topics covered in the 2020 Copenhagen Fellowship. Find out more about the podcasts here.
Humanity in Action Denmark Announces the 2020 Danish Fellows Cohort
From a competitive pool of applicants, 24 Fellows from Denmark were selected to join the 2020 Humanity in Action Fellows cohort.
'Stories From the Unity of the Realm' - Episode 3: 'Colonial Copenhagen'
Learn more about Copenhagen's colonial past in this episode made by the 2020 CPH Fellows Malthe, Nanna, and Patricia for the CPH 2020 Fellowship Podcast Series.