Jacob Lillemose (born 1974) lives and works in Berlin and Copenhagen. In 2011 he received his PhD from the Institute of Arts and Cultural Studies at the University of Copenhagen with a dissertation entitled Art as Information Tool. Critical Engagements with Contemporary Software Cultures. Since the mid 1990s he has worked internationally as a freelance curator, lecturer, and writer. Working within the tradition and legacy of conceptual art he has curated a show with the films of Gordon Matta-Clark. His curatorial work in the field of media art includes exhibitions with Heath Bunting, UBERMORGEN.COM, Technologies to the People, and Cornelia Sollfrank. He has co-curated (w. Inke Arns) the travelling retrospective exhibition on the works of the web collective irational.org. His writings have appeared in a number of contexts, in including Le Monde Diplomatique, freize, and kunstkritikk.no as well as catalogues on David Lamelas, William Anastasi, Daniel Garcia Andujar, Cornelia Sollfrank, and Jesper Just. He is a member of the Danish net art collective Artnode and has edited the anthology We Love Your Computer. An Anthology on Net Art (2008) that was published by Artnode and The Royal Art Academy Copenhagen.