Jemina Lindholm is a contemporary artist, an art pedagogue and an organizer based in Helsinki, Finland. Her works revolve around the themes of intimacy, sickness and health and collaborative processes often taking forms of video, photography or slightly choreographed encounters. She loves working collectively as togetherness provides effectiveness, radical safety and immediate feedback. At the moment, her main field of interest is the intersection of contemporary art, sickness and critical disability studies. Her latest work studies mad/sick/crip art in a collective zine and she hosts queer/crip guided tours in the Finnish Museum of Photography with her colleague Aapo Raudaskoski.
The Parliament of Bodies