Anne Mølleskov is a Danish visual artist who is interested in humanity’s complex relationship with nature. Her art practice often takes place in direct dialogue with the landscape, which is reactivated and put into play with site-specific walks and interactive events, and through tools such as digital media, text, fashion, and performance.
The intention is to experiment with new ways of experiencing, discussing and connecting with the surrounding nature and landscape.
She holds a BFA from Central St. Martin’s College of Art & Design, London (2000) and an MFA from Lasalle College of the Arts, Singapore (2017). She has been residing in Southeast Asia for many years, but currently lives and works in Denmark.
Her work has been shown in public spaces, galleries and art institutions in Singapore, UK, and Denmark. In recent years she has created events and guided walks in Singapore’s nature reserves as well as in Shanghai, China, and most recently in the forest near her studio in Raadvad, Jægersborg Hegn, Denmark.