Ditte Lyngkær Pedersen (b. 1977, Århus) lives and works in Århus, Denmark. She holds an MFA in Visual Art from Malmö Art Academy, Sweden, 2004. Through a range of media, such as video, text, photography, drawing and object-based installations, Lyngkær Pedersen examines the various ways in which we understand our identity and make sense of our surroundings. Her practice often revisits themes from science and theories of perception. She has taken part in several international residency programmes and exhibitions, which among others include Flux Factory, New York (2012), Berlinaut, Berlin (2008), The Presence of Absence at Moesgaard Museum, Denmark (2017), Synthesia 4 – Translating, Correcting Archiving at Art Laboratory Berlin, and The Crow – Osan Media Art Adventure at Cultural Factory Osan, South-Korea. She has furthermore been engaged in a number of long-term collectives and curatorial projects, including The Production Unit, HOMEWORK and the exhibition space rum46 in Århus.
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