Rhea Dall
Biography

Rhea Dall is the director of UKS (The Young Artists’ Society), one of Norway’s core experimental institutions for contemporary art, and a co-founder of PRAXES, a non-profit institution for international contemporary art and research that operated in Berlin 2013-2015. After focusing long-term investigations on artistic practices including Judith Hopf, Jutta Koether, and Matt Mullican, in 2016 she developed PRAXES’ second chapter around the oeuvres of Lynda Benglis and Marvin Gaye Chetwynd as one of the artistic directors of Bergen Assembly.

Prior to these engagements, Dall held positions as curator at Kunsthal Charlottenborg in Copenhagen, 2011–2013, coordinator and curatorial assistant for the Berlin Biennale’s 6th and 5th editions respectively, and project coordinator of The Danish & Nordic Pavilions in Venice 2009. Further Dall has lectured at various academies, edited and contributed to numerous publications, among these monographs on Nina Beier and Christina Mackie, and her writing has recently been featured in journals such as Texte zur Kunst, Cura, Bulletins of The Serving Library, and Mousse.