Jemina Lindholm is a contemporary artist based in Helsinki. Her/their works revolve around the themes of intimacy, sickness and health and collaborative processes often taking forms of video, photography or slightly choreographed encounters. She/they loves working collectively as togetherness provides effectiveness, radical safety and immediate feedback. At the moment her/their main field of interest is the intersection of contemporary art, sickness and crip theory. At the moment she/they is working on a new project on accessibility with her/their colleague Jessie Bullivant.

For more information about collaborative art works and projects visit Collaborations.

           Recent, Current & Up-coming

Rehearsing Hospitalities, Frame Contemporary Art Finland, Helsinki, Finland, 2020
Maunula Staircase, Maunula-talo, Helsinki, Finland, 2019
Bergen Assembly: The Parliament of Bodies – The Impossible Parliament, Belgin, Bergen, Norway, 2019
Public Faculty no. 13, Vallila, Helsinki, Finland, 2019
~in waves~ intensive residency of feminist curating, Hanaholmen, Finland, 2018
Fragile Systems: a dialogue around an exhibition, Sick System, M8 Art Space, Espoo, Finland, 2018
nothing/special ZINE #1 issue "nothing special" – an art zine for mad/sick/crip art, 2018