Amsterdam-based artist Nina Glockner holds a Master in Fine arts from Sandberg Institute (NL), a Bachelor from Minerva Academie Groningen (NL) and has studied philosophy at Humboldt University Berlin (D). Recently she has been an artist-in-residency at the Jan van Eyck Academy Maastricht.
Nina Glockner’s performative practice is about exploring the thin line between executing control and being under a state of control. It deals with (power) relationships among humans, objects and actions in a given space – ranging from institutional and organisational, to the private. It is about creating a dialogue between these building modules that mark the social playground. Then within this, examining where subjectivity reveals an encounter with ‘the other’.
Contact: ninaglockner[at]gmail.comInstagram: nkg_publications
© 2019 Nina Glockner
Website:Graphic design by Akiko WakabayashiSupported by Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds / Josine de Bruyn Kops Fonds
'Portrait of a Collective Body' (Video/Research) produced & distributed by Video Power and supported by Provincie Limburg
'Exploring Betweenness' – Artist-in-Residency in Fukuroda Psychiatric Hospital, Japan, was supported by Mondriaan Fund and the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Japan.