Trine Mee Sook Gleerup

 

Born 1978 in South Korea
MFA from The Royal Danish Art Academy

Trine Mee Sook is a visual artist working within installation, text and performance. Deeply invested in historical, national and political tendencies her artistic performance-based methodology also questions the politics and history of performance art itself. From a post-colonial and gender-related perspective her work is debating cultural and racial stereo-typing and representation, as well as it strives to (re)negotiate overall power structures, and identity building.

Read more about Trine Mee Sook Gleerup please visit: www.trinemeesook.net

 

Program

Unravelings
Expansion of the exhibition Unravelings

Jan 21 – Feb 25 2017

Trine Mee Sook Gleerup will present her work Racial Representation, an ongoing collection of food products that are using ethic stereotypes as part of their imagery. By collecting products that can be bought in supermarkets all around Denmark the work explores the blindness towards imagery of minority groups and other racial groups than white that confirm the idea of the exotic other.

 

Photo: Courtesy of Suada Demirovic

 

Photo: Courtesy of Suada Demirovic