Daniella van Dijk-Wennberg has been, since 2001, a curator at IKM in Oslo (Intercultural Museum), now a department of the Oslo Museum. She was curator of the Agder Art Centre in Kristiansand 1997-1999, following two years as manager of Sørlandsutstillingen, the annual art exhibition of the three southernmost counties of Norway. She has also worked for the Arendal Kunstforening, renowned for its attention to the works of young contemporary artists. Exhibitions curated by Van Dijk-Wennberg include Laboratory – Juan Brito Vargas (2003); Woven together – Arts and Crafts in a Multicultural Context (also shown at the UN building in Geneva, 2004); Active Immigrant, Thierry Geoffroy / Colonel (2005); Manga (2005); Interactions, Alexander Grüner (2006). Her latest project is Maputo: A Tale of One City which she curated together with Bisi Silva and Marianne Hultman. She has been a contributor to numerous periodicals and exhibition catalogues, as well as to books on art history, e.g. Struck by Lightning, An art historical introduction to electrical lighting design for the domestic interior, André Koch (Ed.), Rotterdam 1994. Daniella van Dijk-Wennberg was born in 1966 in Utrecht, the Netherlands. She is a master of fine arts from the University in Leiden.