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, and with the kind collaboration of the National Music and Dance Conservatoire (CNSMD) of Lyon