Curator Jeppe Ugelvig in conversation with Leonard Koren about aesthetic sensibility. Tracing the evolution from the extravagant and wild to the intimate and silent in Koren's expansive publishing oeuvre, the duo discussed our sensorial and emotional responses to objects and materials.
Jeppe Ugelvig (1993, works in London) is a curator and cultural critic whose research interests revolve around histories and theories of cultural production. He completed his MA degree at the Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College in 2018. Ugelvig’s writing has appeared in Frieze, ArtReview, Flash Art International, Spike, and LEAP and he has written exhibition catalogues for artists and projects including A Kassen, BODY HOLES, Soft Baroque, Ian Giles, and Esben Weile Kjær. He is contributing editor of Wallet, a magazine dedicated to sharing experiences from the fashion industry. He most recently curated the exhibition, Fashion Work, Fashion Workers at the Hessel Museum of Art, NY exploring fashion work in all its complexity, from the atelier of the garment maker to the post-production editing suite of the campaign photographer.