kl. 20:00 – 21:30 på Kunsthøjskolen i Holbæk

For the last 10 years, Ursula Nistrup (b. 1974 in Gentofte, Denmark) has worked with sound, photography, installation and drawing. Many of her works focus on perception and communication by way of acoustics, sound and light, often with a conceptual or spatial observation as the starting point. Her works are concerned with transitions or connections between spaces, materials and structures. Fundamentally, her works are proposals to how our sensory perception and communication unfolds in both physical and mental spaces.

She studied at California Institute of the Arts and received her MFA from Glasgow School of Art. Her works have been exhibited internationally at institutions such as Walden Affairs, Den Haag, Kunsthal Charlottenborg, Copenhagen, The Centre of Contemporary Art, Lagos, Cluster, Berlin, Gallery Sowaka, Kyoto. She lives and works in Copenhagen, but is currently artist in residence at Platform Garanti, Istanbul.