Trine Friis Sørensen is a Danish curator currently pursuing a practice-based PhD at Department of Arts and Cultural Studies at University of Copenhagen. Her PhD is part of the project LARM Audio Research Archive and examines how artistic practices and sensibilities may generate new insights into the archive. For many years she has worked with contemporary art both independently and at institutions, e.g. the Museum of Contemporary Art in Roskilde, Denmark. She has conducted numerous self-organized exhibitions and curatorial projects; most recently the exhibition project A Minor History of Creativity. She has taught MA level classes on auditory culture, was co-organizer of the doctoral symposium How to do Things with Academia and is currently co-editing a publication on artistic processes and knowledge production. Her research interests include archives, artistic and curatorial practices, exhibition politics, knowledge production, auditory culture etc.