Louise Waite (b. 1988) is an artist, curator and art teacher living in Malmö, Sweden. She has been exhibiting as an artist as well as curating events and shows both locally and internationally at institutions like Wellcome Collection (uk), De Le Warr Pavilion (uk) and Göteborgs konsthall (swe).
In her art practice she uses tactile and sensory materials to build interactive installations. The context in which the piece is being exhibited in is examined and interpreted, giving the audience an intimate, curated experience. This is especially evident through the work Sound Piece for a Studio Exhibition which was made in early 2017. She has a great interest in the self-organising within the arts, multi-sensory practices and affective labour.
She holds a bachelor degree in Fine Art Critical Practice BA (Hons) from the University of Brighton (UK) as well as a degree in project management within culture from Kulturverkstan (Sweden). She currently works as the interim director at Skånes konstförening and she is the founder and artistic director of Svenska In & Uttrycksbyrån.