Carolina Jiménez is a curator and researcher. Her research approaches listening in relation to the epistemological, ontological, ethical and political. Of particular concern are the ways in which knowledge is given precedence, and systems which determine the agential cuts between enunciation and listening. In Barcelona, she combines her work as an independent with institutional practice, whether in her current work taking care of Hangar’s research and knowledge transfer programs, or previously as academic coordinator of the Independent Studies Program (PEI) of MACBA. Until 2017, she lived in Berlin, with curatorial and research positions at SAVVY Contemporary, Transmediale-CTM Vorspiel, Bethanien, Berlin Art Week, Grimmuseum, GlogauAir or Altes Finanzamt. She has also curated projects at La Casa Encendida, Matadero Madrid, Centro Párraga, TBA21, Twin Gallery, among others. She hosts the music show Rhythm is Rhythm on the community radio Dublab Barcelona. Her writing has been featured in various contemporary art and culture publications as well as exhibition catalogs and artist monographs.