Dagmar Büchert is a native of Copenhagen. She is currently taking her BA degree in Art History at the University of Copenhagen while working at Parkmuseerne. She holds an AP degree in Multimedia Design from Copenhagen School of Design and Technology and volunteered at the gallery Kunstforeningen Gl. Strand for two years, to nourish her interest in art history and visual culture. Moreover, she recognizes how hybrid and interdisciplinary artworks can foster new narratives upon societal issues, which she believes is a vital feature in a globalized art world. She has an interest in human rights issues, disability issues, intersectional feminism and conflict resolutions, which has made her spend time in Poland with the non-profit organization Crossing Borders and the student organization Foreningen Afsæt. In her free time, she enjoys home-cooking, spending time at the countryside and hanging out with friends.
Updated May 2022
More from Dagmar Büchert
'THE ARCTIC WINTER GAMES' - from the 2022 HUMAN RIGHTS Cph Fellowship podcast series
Did you know that the Inuit game of 'finger pulling' has become an official discipline in the Arctic Winter Games? Have you even heard about the Arctic Winter Games? Learn about Finger Pulling, its history and meaning, and the olympics of the Arctic in this podcast from the 2022 Cph Fellowship