Anne Hilde Neset is a curator, lecturer, writer and broadcaster. She works as Artistic Director of Oslo based music organisation nyMusikk and is a Contributing Editor of The Wire magazine. She is also the co-founder (with Lina Dzuverovic) of Electra Productions. Curatorial projects include the annual Latitude Contemporary Art Prize (Latitude Festival), Her Noise (South London Gallery) and the Kim Gordon, Tony Oursler and Phil Morrison collaboration Perfect Partner (Barbican Centre). She has lectured at MIT, London’s LCC, Bergen Art Academy, Oxford University, Middlesex University, Oslo Art Academy as well as co-curating a host of festivals, such as the music criticism festival Off The Page in Whistable and Only Connect in Oslo. She devised and taught Sound And The 20th Century Avant Garde, a lecture series on sound art for Tate Modern. She presents BBC Radio 3’s Late Junction programme and is a regular guest on Stuart Maconie’s BBC Radio 6 show. Her writing appears in The Wire, Klassekampen newspaper (Norway), and in numerous art catalogues internationally.