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Brief info

f. 1969

Lise Haller Baggesen is a Danish born, Amsterdam trained, Chicago based interdisciplinary artist. Her hybrid practice includes writing, installation, performative, sartorial, and textile-based work. She is an alumni of the Rijksakademie van Beelden Kunsten in Amsterdam, and holds an MA in Visual and Critical studies from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She is a recipient of the Dutch Royal Prize for Painting and  a nomminee for the Joan Michell Foundation’s Emerging Artist Grant.

She is the author of Mothernism, and exhibits internationally, most recently with the multi-media performance A Space Where Your Voices Can Live –presented at Malmö Konstmuseum (SE) and Roskilde Festival (DK) – and the solo show APOCALYPSTICK at Le Confort Moderne (F) all in the summer of 2023.

Projekter af

In the summer of 2022, Lise Haller Baggesen spent four weeks at the Danish Art Workshops doing research/production for A Space Where Your Voices Can Live, an immersive textile installation and performance, which premiered at Malmö Konstmuseum in May 2023 and traveled to Roskilde Festival… Læs mere

Mit ophold på SVFK i sommeren 2021 brugte jeg til forberedelse af en udstilling på Malmö Konstmuseum, projekteret for 2022.