Helene Nymann’s practice addresses the concept of embodied knowledge and the ways in which associative images stimulate memory. Applying mnemonic devices and memory-systems to image-making, Nymann constructs performative environments in which the moving image, sound and sculpture make way for transformative arrays of consciousness, deepening the understanding of the fundamental aspects by which we process information, store knowledge and create memories for more sustainable futures.
Helene Nymann has exhibited work at The New Museum, New York; Fridman Gallery, New York; and Kunsthal Aarhus, Denmark, among others.helenenymann.com
Residents from Denmark
Charlotte Eifler works at the intersection of film, sound and science. In her essayistic videos and multimedia installations she interrogates the politics of representation, abstraction and computation. With a focus on feminist approaches and elements of science fiction, she explores processes of image production and imaginations of alternative futures.
Residents from Germany
Sara Wallgren works with sound, installation and drawing. Process is at the core of her art practice, as she explores materials, physical properties and various phenomena conditions. Wallgren visualizes thoughts through drawing.