Jette Hye Jin Mortensen is a visual artist.
She was born 1980 in South Korea and grew up in Denmark. MFA graduate from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in 2010 and receiver of the 3-year work stipend from the Danish Arts Foundation in 2015.
Her practice is an experimental and conceptual staging of science, performance, meditation and architecture in developing spacious, transgenerational and elastic ways to understand human relationships.
In sculpture, video, installations, books, drawings and light art, beginnings for exchange and individuality within collective identities unfolds.
I use conceptual work processes, intertwining classical music, psychodrama theory, permaculture, molecular biology, quantum mechanics, politics and postcolonial feminism in ways that counts in multiple, but oddly interrelated, factors as a holistic approach to initiate and make art in a society.
Photo: Asbjørn Sand