Helene Nymann (b. 1982)
Helene Nymann is a Danish visual artist and artistic researcher born in 1982. Looking at alternative ways of remembering, Nymann investigates the notion of embodied knowledge and how associative images stimulate memory. She holds a BFA from Goldsmiths, University of London, and an MFA from Malmø Art Academy. Currently, she is an artistic research fellow at the Interacting Minds Centre at the University of Aarhus funded by the Novo Nordisk Mads Øvlisen Grant. The project is conducted in collaboration with Kunsthal Aarhus.
She has recently exhibited solo abroad at the New Museum in New York (US), Friedman Gallery in NYC (US), Le-sous-commun in Berlin (DE) and Skissarnas Museum in Lund (SE), and in Denmark at Kunsthal Aarhus and The Round Tower. Furthermore, she has participated in group shows abroad at a.o. ISCP in NYC (US), Seoul International New Media Festival (KR), Tate Modern London (UK), La Mar de Músicas (SP), Lomonosov Moscow State University (RU), Centro Cultural Recoleta in Buenos Aires (AR), SALTS in Basel (SZ), MACRO Museo D’arte Contemporanea in Rome (IT), Uhara Hall in Kobe (JP), MACA – Maison d’art Contemporain Athenes (GR), Lund’s Konsthall (SE) and Lincoln Centre in New York (US), besides in Denmark at Rønnebæksholm, Enter Art Fair, Copenhagen Contemporary, Kunsthal Charlottenborg, Galleri Nicolai Wallner, Alt_Cph15, and Den Frie Center for Contemporary Art and later this year at AROS Art Museum.
Photo: Rowan Renee