• Jakob Jakobsen and Henriette Heise

    Copenhagen Free University

    There’s a new college in town. Copenhagen Free University, which emerged from the art world over the last few years, doesn’t matriculate students but instead engages a range of critical communities. Initiated by artists Jakob Jakobsen and Henriette Heise, it is housed in a single room in their home. But its physical size belies the wealth of functions offered, which include a gallery (CFU is now showing the founders’ own ABZ, 2002/2003), a residency (a bunk bed strapped to the wall), and a bookshop (Barnes & Noble needn’t be afraid, but cognoscenti will find here what can’t be found elsewhere).

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