Katrine Bregengaard is a researcher an curator based in New York. Her work seeks to critically investigate the genealogy of human rights theory, practice and their claim to universality, particularly in relation to their visual representation in exhibitions, museums and digital media. She is the founder of the Human Rights Exhibition Project — a traveling research initiative exhibiting the archive of UNESCO’s Human Rights Exhibition from 1949. She has exhibited her research on in New York, Copenhagen and Galway and is currently organizing exhibitions in Paris and Perth. Katrine holds an MA in Human Rights from Columbia University and a BA in Philosophy from Copenhagen university. She has previously worked on safe migration and labour rights in Kathmandu and at Danish Mission to the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva, and is currently building a digital archive directory based on the historical use of photography, digital media and the arts in the human rights field.