Eva Rowson is an artist, producer, curator. Her work is organised around questions of how we host each other, how we work together, how we build organisations – and the labour and structures that support this. This research is at the core of long-term collaborative projects including the project space 38b, co-run from her living room with Luke Drozd in London; Wish you’d been here with Andrea Francke investigating hosting as a feminist and artistic method; ethical cocktail bar Bare Plume with Andy Abbott, Luke Drozd, Rose Borthwick and Yvonne Carmichael; and Como imaginar una musea?, an evolving Catalan-Spanish-English public programme and research project to reimagine the apparatus of the ‘museo’ (a Spanish masculine noun) through a feminist approach based in principles of care, hospitality, shared knowledges and collaboration - with Adrian Schindler, Ariadna Guiteras, Ariadna Rodriguez, Caterina Almirall, Eulàlia Rovira, Jordi Ferreiro, Lara Garcia Diaz, nyamnyam, Priscila Clementti and Sonia Fernández Pan. Eva was an associate artist on the 2013 pilot year of Open School East and Curator in residence with BAR project, Barcelona in 2017. She has worked in organisations including The Showroom, TATE, Matt’s Gallery, PEER (London) and the 2016 Bergen Assembly (Norway). Eva is currently Curator of Landmark, the project space, concert venue and nightclub of Bergen Kunsthall, Norway. Bergen, Norway