MFA from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts.
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
I would prefer not to
Aug 19 – Dec 9 2017
Trine Mee Sook presented the performance OHM part 2.0 #iwouldprefernotto on November 23 2017.
Instead of liberating ourselves from stress and not least the reasons why we are stressed to begin with Mindfulness has become a validation of – and a way to live with – stress. In the performance OHM part 2.0 #iwouldprefernotto – sequel to her performance OHM: a meditative performance lecture & how our mind and body are practically commercialised from 2014 – Trine Mee Sook continues investigating the popularity or even, as it appears to be, the regime of Mindfulness within a Western context. The performance merges stress research, mindfulness courses and online yoga with robots, yoga teaching, and the latest # in SoMe.
Expansion of the exhibition Unravelings
Jan 21 – Feb 25 2017
Trine Mee Sook Gleerup presented her work Racial Representation, an ongoing collection of food products that are using ethic stereotypes as part of their imagery. Trivago.