Emma Siemens-Adolphe (German/Canadian, 1991) is a curator straddling between Berlin and London. Whilst completing her MFA of Curating at Goldsmiths College, University of London she dedicates her time in establishing Jupiter Woods: an exhibition and research space located in South London. Her curatorial interests sparked after having organized an exhibition entitled: Tumblr Weeds, VAV Gallery, Montreal (2012). Recent curatorial projects include: An insight on Kathy Rae Huffman’s Media Art Library- Goldsmiths College (2014), A Sense of Things, group exhibition at the Zabludowicz Collection (2014), Lack of Spatial Chance at Width: 700px; Gallery, online platform (2013). Her most fond collaboration was working with Courtenay Mayes on Shape what ya mama gave ya, Coatcheck Gallery, Montreal (2013).