Julie Nymann


1987 // Copenhagen

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Biography


Julie Nymann is an interdisciplinary artist working with immersive video and sound installation. Born 1987 in the suburbs of Copenhagen, Denmark. Nymann is currently attending The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Copenhagen, and holds a Certificate in Photography from the International Center of Photography in New York (2012).

Based in Copenhagen, Nymann lived from (2011-2017) in New York where she developed into her art practice. Nymann’s work has been exhibited nationally and internationally including M/S Maritime Museum, Helsingør, (2021) Røm, Copenhagen (2018); the Museum of Science, Boston (2013) (solo exhibition); Tania & Thomas Asbæk, Grevinde Danner, Copenhagn (2021); Kallmann-Museum Ismaning, Munich (2018); Bröhan-Museum, Berlin (2017); Mixer Arts, Istanbul (2016); The Bronx Museum of the Arts, New York (2015); Fotografisk Center, Denmark (2015); Künstlerhaus, Wien (2014) and Licht Feld Biennale, Basel (2013).

Nymann was awarded Maleren Helge Beck’s Memorial scholarship (2020) and the First Prize at Bideodrom Experimental Film Festival, Bilbao (2012). 

Other significant awards include residencies at DEDI Art Symposium: The Tale of Two Cities, Egypt (2021-2022); Inter Art Center: Make Sound, Malmø (2020); BRIC: Media Arts Fellowship, New York (2016); The Bronx Museum of the Arts: AIM, New York (2014).

Nymann’s work has been reviewed in Weekendavisen, Hyperallergic and Dazed and Confused. She is currently attending the MFA at The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts where she is pushing the boundaries of her current practice.



CV


Education

Current Master of Fine Arts

Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Copenhagen


2021 Bachelor of Fine Arts

Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Copenhagen


2012 One-Year Certificate in Photography

General Studies, International Center of Photography, New York


Awards

2022 Working grant, Dansk Komponistforening / KODA Kultur

DEDI Art Symposium, The Tale of Two Cities, Egypt to Denmark, 2021-2022

2020 Make Sound Residency, Inter Art Center, Malmø

Maleren Helge Beck’s Mindelegat

2016 BRIC Media Arts Fellowship, BRIC Contemporary Art, New York

Residency Program, The Ucross Foundation, Clearmont, WY

IAP, New York Foundation for the Arts, New York

2014 AIM, The Bronx Museum of the Arts, New York

Juried Fellowship, Saltonstall Foundation for the Arts, Ithaca

2013 Mixer International Artists in Residence, D’clinic Studios, Lendava

First prize, Walking in the mind, Bideodromo 12, Experimental Film Festival, Bilbao

Mildred Falk Loew Scholarship, International Center Of Photography, New York


Solo & Two Person Exhibitions

2021 The house that whispers, The Royal Casting Collection, SMK, Copenhagen

2019 Amniota, due exhibition Julie Nymann & Davide Hjort, Galleri Q, Copenhagen

2018 Restless Rider, Røm, Copenhagen

2014 A Song for Echo, Museum Of Science, Charles Hayden Planetarium, Boston

2013 People that is doing this, D’clinic Gallery, Lendava


Selected Group Exhibitions

2021 M/S Museet for Søfarts, Lungs of salt, Oceanside, Helsingør

Grevinde Danner by Julie Silbermann part of Collaborations by Tania & Thomas Asbæk, Copenhagen

2019 5-50 Gallery, The spectral within, New York

Touched by the ghost hosted by The Department of Management, CBS, The Royal Cast Collection, Copenhagen

2018 Kallmann-Museum Ismaning, What is Love?, Ismaning, Munich

2017 Bröhan-Museum, KUSS, Berlin

Biennale of Contemporary Art, Modern and Contemporary Art Museum, Lebanon

2016 Den Frie Udstillingsbygning, Kunstnernes Efterårsudstilling, Copenhagen

Kanyon, Adimlar Sanata Çikiyor, Mixer Arts, Istanbul

2015 Ung Dansk 15´, curated Charlotte P. Schwartz, Fotografisk Center, Copenhagen

Art in the Metro, Copenhagen Art week, Nørreport Metro Station, Copenhagen

Bronx Calling: The Third AIM Biennia, The Bronx Museum of the Arts, New York

H20, curated by Friedrich Hadorn, filter4 culture voices affairs, Basel

Possibilities & Preferences, curated by Mehmet Kahraman, Mixer Arts, Istanbul

Take Ten, Rita K. Hillman Gallery, International Center of Photography, New York

Second Selves, curated by Alexis Avedisian, Distillery Gallery, Boston

2014 Paraflows - Intimacy, curated by Günther Friesinger, Künstlerhaus, Wien

2013 Licht Feld Biennale, curated by Friedrich Hadorn, Licht Feld Gallery, Basel


Selected Screenings

2019 New, Other, Odd filmfestival, Carlsberg City Gallery & Art Center, Copenhagen

2016 ArtBizTech - Technology & Art Symposium, Istanbul

BRIC Contemporary Art, Fellow screening, Brooklyn

2015 28th Festival Les Instants Vidéo, Marseille

Video Gecesi, Mixer Gallery, Istanbul

Videogramme No.6, The Low Museum, Atlanta

2014 Salonvideo, MAGMA Contemporary Medium, Romania

2013 Winter Series, Newfilmmakers, Anthology Film Archives, New York

Projections, Nitehawk Cinema, New York

2012 Anti Liburudenda, Bideodromo 2012, International Experimental Film, Bilbao


Artist Talk

2021 Film lectures on Lungs of salt, M/S Maritime Museum, Helsingør

Debate on the possibilities of the living image, New Other Odd, Juxtapose, Aarhus

2018 KBH Film & Fotoskole, Copenhagen

2013 Pratt Institute, Photography MFA, New York


Selected Bibliography

2018 Weekendavisen, review, Kunsten blomster udsattesteder by Mette Sandbye

2015 Magasinet Kunst, review: Opløsning af idyllen by Maria Grzywacz

Politiken, review: Photograph in transition by Peter Michael Hornung

2013 Dazed & Confused, interview: Travelling inside the planets of the mind Hyperallergic, interview: A blasted-out planetarium nirvana

Népújság, review: People that is doing this by Bence Szeréna, Slovenia


Selected Publications & Catalogs

2021 M/S Maritime Museum, OCEANISTA, catalog, Helsingør

2018 Kallmann-Museum Ismaning, What is Love, catalog, Ismaning, Munich

2017 Bröhan-Museum, KUSS, catalog, Berlin

2015 Young Danish Photo ´15, catalog, Fotografisk Center, Copenhagen

Bronx Calling: Third AIM Biennia, catalog, Bronx Museum of the Arts, New York

Art in the Metro, program, Cph Art week, Nørreport Metro Station, Copenhagen

2013 Licht Feld Biennale 13, cataloged, Basel







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