Juliette Huijgen

Juliette Huijgen

Juliette Huijgen

Communications, Production & Research Assistant Wayne Modest 


Juliette Huijgen is an Amsterdam based product designer, art critic, art programmer and researcher with an interest in intermediality, animism, material culture, rituals, hybridity and the agency of objects. They joined the RCMC team in June 2018 to work on communications and on the production of events in Leiden and Amsterdam. Their aim at the RCMC is to further form a hybrid online and offline platform for open discussion between the public, academics, artists and museum professionals.

Juliette has a BA in Product Design from the ArtEZ art academy in Arnhem and continued their studies at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam with a master Comparative Arts and Media Studies and a research master Critical Studies in Art and Culture. During their studies they developed an interest in the agency of objects and the alternative narratives they can convey, focusing on the medium of film in particular. Juliette's research congregates around the interdisciplinary connections between sociology, art history, material culture, narratology, anthropology, philosophy, semiotics, material religion and media studies.   



Renny Ramakers, Rethinking Design, Curator of Change. (ed., Lars Müller Publishers, 2019)

"Objects remediating Film. On the Spatialised Narratives and Object Agency in the Work of Noam Toran," Network for European Cinema Studies Conference. 15 Jun 2019.

"Spheres of Perception : On Machine Vision and Object Agency." Network for European Cinema Studies. 29 Jun 2018.

“Review Beyond the New: On the Agency of Things.” Metropolis M, 3. 2018.

"Shine on, Shine on. On the Relation Between Jewellery and the Transitional Object" Stralen en Reflecteren (exh.cat), 17 September 2017.

"De Judith Butler tribe in assemblee." Metropolis M. 16 April 2017


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