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Danielle Olsen is an independent curator collaborating with CIA on Cabbies’ Shelters. Interested in exploring complex ideas in compelling and innovative ways, she thrives on working across disciplines and is increasingly inspired by artistic initiatives in the public realm. Recognized for producing critically acclaimed and inclusive work, Danielle curated Foreign Bodies, Common Ground, Art in Global Health (6 artist residencies in Kenya, Malawi, South Africa, Thailand, Vietnam and the UK) and Medicine Man (a major temporary exhibition at the British Museum, designed by Caruso St John)....read more

Danielle Olsen is an independent curator collaborating with CIA on Cabbies’ Shelters. Interested in exploring complex ideas in compelling and innovative ways, she thrives on working across disciplines and is increasingly inspired by artistic initiatives in the public realm. Recognized for producing critically acclaimed and inclusive work, Danielle curated Foreign Bodies, Common Ground, Art in Global Health (6 artist residencies in Kenya, Malawi, South Africa, Thailand, Vietnam and the UK) and Medicine Man (a major temporary exhibition at the British Museum, designed by Caruso St John).

 

She has also worked with Alan Fletcher (“The Art of Looking Sideways”) and Theodore Zeldin (“An Intimate History of Humanity”) and has extensive experience in the film industry (documentary and features, predominantly working with Dan Maslen).

Danielle Olsen