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MFA from The Royal Danish Art Academy.

Nanna Debois Buhl investigates the layers of stories and histories inscribed in landscapes and urban spaces. Her works are “close readings” of how artifacts and ideologies are interrelated, how they travel through, and change over time. Her projects materialize through a combination of installations, film, text, photography, sound, and books. In a recent body of works she examines traces of the Danish colonial past in the intersection of Afro-Caribbean, American, and Danish histories – through feral donkeys, wallpaper patterns, and abandoned colonial architecture.