Nanna Debois Buhl (DK)

Nanna Debois Buhl is a Copenhagen-based visual artist. She received her M.F.A. from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts (2006) and participated in The Whitney Museum’s Independent Study Program, New York (2008-09).  Her work materializes as photographs, installations, films, and artist’s books. Often unfolded in a process based on research and visual experimentation. Buhl is currently a PhD fellow in artistic practice at The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts and Copenhagen University. In her PhD project Sky Studies: Cosmic Code, Images, and Imaginaries she studies explorations of space across astronomical, computational, aesthetic, and futurological realms. Her work has been shown at institutions such as the Pérez Art Museum; SculptureCenter; The Studio Museum, Harlem, USA; Bucharest Biennial 7, Romania; MSU Museum of Contemporary Art, Croatia; and Lunds Konsthall, Sweden. She is represented in collections such as the Hasselblad Foundation, Sweden; Louisiana Museum of Modern Art; ARKEN Museum of Modern Art; the National Museum of Photography; and Museum for Contemporary Art, Roskilde, Denmark.

Image: Nanna Debois Buhl, Skyadfærd.