Born 1979 in Jönköping (Sweden),
lives and works in Oslo (Norway)
Malin Bülow creates large site-specific performative installations that highlight dancers’ skin, which becomes a sculptural element that generates tension. The performers thus activate her sense-engaging and claustrophobia-inducing interventions. For the Biennale, she proposes a performed action, slow and extended, where tentacular bodies blend into the building’s architecture and conjure a landscape commensurate with the scale of the site.
With the support of Office for Contemporary Art Norway