Photo by Oskar Koliander

 

About

NULEINN (SE/DK/IS) Through video, performance and interactive installations Rine Rodin (1987) & Magga Ploder (1986) explore possible and impossible scenarios of the future. The duo gets their name from the computers binary language of 0 and 1, however their works are in no way binary. In an oftentimes humoristic, theatrical and participatory way, the duo explores how we act in the world of fleeting digital realities, cyborgs and artificial intelligence. Their works are often created with tactile materials and technology to emphasize their joint existence in our world.

CV / CURRICULUM VITAE

RINE RODIN, 1987 (DK/SE)

2013-2015 MSc. (Digital Aesthetics) IT-University, Copenhagen

2010 BA in Art history and Gender studies, University of Copenhagen

MAGGA PLODER, 1986 (IS)

2013-2015 MSc. (Digital Aesthetics) IT-University, Copenhagen

2008-2011 BA in Textile Design, Handicraft and Communications, Håndarbejdets Fremme UCC 


Solo Exhibitions

2018
Lead, Earth, Winter, Saturn and Dragon (AT)
12 Hours in Heaven (DK)

2017
Quick Fix
Konvent (Catalonia)

2015
CYBORG I uKIRKE
uKirke (DK)

CYBORG IS NOW
Copenhagen (DK)


Group exhibitions

2019
Make Kin not Babies part of Fugue by Studio Thinking Hand
Galleri Kvit (DK)

Dreamers
Museum am Bach (AT)

2018
Slim & Crystal by Sisse Carstens / Performance by NULEIN
Videomøllen, (DK)

2017
Yogabots
DIAS Interactive Art Space Art to Go (Online)

Parasit
Copenhagen Art Week (DK)

Yogabots
Sexyland (NL)

Yogabots live performance
Museum Am Bach (AT)

Gefilterte Realität
Museum Am Bach (AT)

Uploading Ritual I
Mayhem (DK)

2016
KAS11KAS434/1
National Gallery of Denmark (DK)

F7UIDS Version III
Arken (DK)

The Swing 2.0
Code Art Fair (DK)

The Decimation
Roskilde Festival part of Images (DK)

Superschön / F7UIDS Version II
Museum am Bach (AT)

2015
F7UIDS
HAUT_Scene Copenhagen (DK)

CYBORG VON OBEN
Museum am Bach (AT)

HERE ALL ALONE
In ’the white factory’ (DK)

2014
MARBLE.PDE
DIAS - Digital Interactive Art Space (DK)


Publication

“Digital Dynamics In Nordic Contemporary Art” Published by Intellect and distributed by Chicago University Press.
Edited by Tania Toft Ag.
Supported by the Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters, Ny Carlsbergfondet, Beckett Fonden, and Nordic Culture Point.
Forthcoming 2019.


Grants

Working grant The Danish Arts Foundation 2017