Trine Mee Sook is a visual artist working within installation, text and performance. Deeply invested in historical, national and political tendencies her artistic performance-based methodology also questions the politics and history of performance art itself. From a post-colonial and gender-related perspective her work is debating cultural and racial stereo-typing and representation, as well as it strives to (re)negotiate overall power structures, and identity building.
“My heart and body remembers my time at Capacete with beats of joy. And my mind does not disagree on bit! Capacete was the perfect hub for contemplation, exploration, and important encounters with lots of great and dear artists & researchers traveling through. I was so lucky to experience the residency in both Sao Paulo and Rio, and I wish Capacete the best of luck with future adventures. Special thanks to: Tamar Guimarres, Rafael RG, Denise Milfort & Helmut Bartista.”