Hannah Heilmann

Hannah Heilmann’s interdisciplinary visual art, performance and curatorial practice explores human subjectivity, its abbreviations and prolongations in contemporary culture and technology. Characterized by a murky pallet and otherworldly texture, Heilmann’s work presents an endearing counterpoint to a sterile future. Working both independently and in collaborations, Heilmann has also exhibited under collective pseudonyms of Ingen Frygt and Party And Lost, the radio station GeneralBootyofWork.net, as well as the artist run exhibition space TOVES in Copenhagen. Hannah has exhibited and performed her work at the Danish National Gallery and the Verbo performance festival, Sao Paulo. Heilmann currently holds a six month fellowship as the Danish artist-in-residence at the prestigious Independent Studio and Curatorial Program (ISCP) in New York.


Last updated: May 9, 2024