Ralf Nuhn

France (residence), Germany (citizenship) °1971
affiliation: ENSA (Ecole Nationale Supérieure d'Art) Bourges

Ralf Nuhn has developed a shared artistic practice with Cécile Colle since 2003. Their work comprises sculptures, installations and performances and is shown internationally at museums, galleries and  festivals, including the National Museum of Fine Arts (Kaohsiung), Tenderpixel Gallery and V&A (London), WRO Biennale (Wroclaw), Art Claims Impulse and Haus am Lützowplatz (Berlin), Verbeke Foundation (Antwerp), Tripostal (Lille)  and  the ZKM - Centre for Art and Media (Karlsruhe). In addition, the artists present their ongoing research at conferences, public talks and through written publications. For ten years they have been living and working between Lille and London, and in 2013 they have moved to the geographical centre of France in order to develop cONcErn an artistic infrastructure for artworks that are at risk of destruction or abandonment. Ralf Nuhn has obtained a BA in Sonic Arts (2001) and a PhD in Intermedia Arts (2006) from the Lansdown Centre of Electronic Arts, Middlesex University London. Between 2007 and 2013 he was a Lecturer and Research Fellow in Fine Art at the School of Art & Design, Middlesex University London, and since 2014 he is teaching Fine Art at the National Art School (ENSA) of Bourges in France.


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