Semine Long-Callesen

Semine’s work is centered on the histories of the British and Danish empires. In particular, she looks at colonial and national museums and contemporary art that respond to such institutions. Most recently, she has worked on a digital art project on shared food cultures in Honduras and Malaysia. Semine holds a BA in Art History with Distinction from the University of Cambridge and a Master in Architecture Studies in the History, Theory, and Criticism of Art and Architecture from MIT. Semine has been a Fialkow Fellow and Paul Sun researcher at MIT and is currently the NEH Graduate Fellow at the Currier Museum of Art and a researcher at the Mexico City-based architecture office APRDELESP. Her research is published in the Journal of the Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society and the Danish National Gallery’s Perspective Journal.