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Lise Haller Baggesen * +1 (773) 580 0520 * lise@baggesen.org *lisehallerbaggesen.org

Resume, Lise Haller Baggesen                                                     

Lise Haller Baggesen (1969) is a Danish born, Amsterdam raised,

Chicago based, interdisciplinary artist. Her hybrid practice

includes writing, installation, performative, sartorial, and

textile-based work. She is the author of Mothernism, and exhibits

internationally, most recently with her refuseniks wearables and

the multi-media show HATORADE RETROGRADE: THE MUSICAL.

Upcoming (2020/2021)                                                                  

HATORADE RETROGRADE: THE MUSICAL, Gallery 400/Chicago

Architecture Biennial Chicago (IL)

Boulevard Dreamers, 6018 North/Chicago Architecture Biennial (IL)

The Red Wedding, RUSCHMAN, Chicago (IL) group show

Making it Work, Lawrence Art Center, Lawrence (KS)group show

Residency at National Workshop for Arts, Copenhagen (DK)

Residency at Vermont Studio Center, Johnson (VT)

Performances/productions                                        

2021 refuseniks at the museum, MCA, Chicago (IL)

Produced by MCA Chicago for The Dreamscape,

choreography by Aaliyah Christina and Marceia L Scruggs,

music by glow-in-the-dark-flowers.

2019 HATORADE RETROGRADE: THE MUSICAL McLarenPark/Southern

Exposure, San Francisco (CA) Multimedia performance produced by

Southern Exposure, San Francisco, and Gallery 400 Chicago,

featuring a Bay Area cast, site-specific choreography by

Stephanie Hewett, and score by avery r young and Jonathan Ross.

2017 The Mothernists II: Who Cares for the 21 st Century? Astrid

Noacks Atelier/The Royal Danish Academy of Arts, Copenhagen (DK)

2015 The Mothernists, Upominki/Printroom/Leeszaal Rotterdam (NL)

The Mothernists I+II is an intersectional and intergenerational

feminist and performative symposium centered on the politics and

poetics of care work. Collaboration with Deirdre Donoghue,

featuring an international roster of artists/researchers.

2018 Boulevard Dreamers, Art Institute of Chicago (IL)

2016 Boulevard Dreamers, Poetry Foundation, Chicago (IL)

2014 Boulevard Dreamers, MCA, Chicago (IL)

2013 Boulevard Dreamers, The Franklin, Chicago (IL)

Collaboration with Kirsten Leenaars, featuring a variety show

with a roster of local performers related to the host venue.

Solo Exhibitions (recent selection)                                 

2021 THE MUSEUMS OF FUTURE PAST TIMES PRESENT, Gallery 400,

University of Illinois at Chicago (IL)

2018 I Am the Horse Goldfinch, Chicago (IL)

2017 Mothernizing ANA, Astrid Noach’s Atelier, Copenhagen (DK)

2016 HATORADE RETROGRADE Threewalls, Chicago (IL)

2016 Mothernism The Contemporary Austin, Austin (TX)

2014 Mothernism MANA/Ordinary Projects (IL)

2014 Mothernism Vox Populi (PA)

2014 Peace in the US! Terrain, Oak Park (IL)

Group Exhibitions (recent selection)                                 

2020 The Long Dream MCA, Chicago (IL)

2020 In-Flux, Chicago Cultural Centre, Chicago (IL)

2020 Don’t You Stop, We Won’t Stop the Franklin, Chicago (IL)

2020 Chronique d’une collection #1: Embarquez-Vous! FRAC Grand

Large Hauts-de-France, Dunkerque (F)

2019 NEW AGE NEW AGE, DePaul Art Museum, Chicago (IL)

2019 Tainted Love (Le Club Mix), Villa Arson, Nice (F)

2019 Living Architecture, Lubeznik Center, Michigan City (IN)

2018 Living Architecture 6018 North, Chicago (IL)

2018 Splitsville Smells Like Irises Tiger Strikes Asteroid NY(NY)

2017 Tainted Love, Le Confort Moderne, Potiers (F)

2017 TRINITY The Suburban, Milwaukee (WI)2016

2017 The Letdown Reflex Blackwood Gallery U of Toronto (ON)

2017 New Maternalisms:Redux University of Alberta, Edmonton (AB)

2016 Pegasus & Mermaid, Poetry Foundation, Chicago (IL)

2016 Institutional Garbage Hyde Park Art Center Chicago (IL)

2016 Do You Hear What I Hear? A.I.R. Gallery, New York (NY)

2016 The Letdown Reflex EFA Project Space, New York (NY)

2016 Yelling at the Sky Donnelley Foundation Chicago (IL)

2015 EAM Biennial Elmhurst Art Museum, Elmhurst (IL)

2015 Pleasure Zone, Théâtre de la Ville, Paris (F)

2014 Division of Labor Glass Curtain Gallery, Chicago (IL)

2013 The Great Poor Farm Experiment V Poor Farm, Manawa (WI)

 

Awards/Fellowships/Residencies                                     

​2018 Le Confort Moderne, Poitiers (F)

2017 Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity, Banff (AB)

2017 The Danish Arts Foundation, Copenhagen (DK)

2016 The Danish Arts Foundation, Copenhagen (DK)

2015 The Joan Mitchell Foundation, New York (NY)(Nomination)

2014 Propeller Fund Award (TRACERS) Chicago (IL)

2013 VCS Fellowship Award SAIC Chicago (IL)

2010 Propeller Fund Award (Mutualisms) Chicago, (IL)

2002 Royal Award for Modern Painting, Amsterdam (NL)

2000 Prins Bernhard’s Prize Amsterdam (NL)

​1996-97 Rijksakademie van Beeldende Kunsten, Amsterdam (NL)

 

       

Publications/Books                                              

2017 Poor & Needy Poor Farm Press/Krabbesholm

Chicago (IL)/Skive (DK) [Ed. with Yvette Brackman]

2014 Mothernism Green Lantern Press/Poor Farm Press Chicago (IL)

 

 

Publications/Chapbooks/Audio                                            

2019 HATORADE RETROGRADE: ARSON REMIX Villa Arson, Nice (F)

2018 Refuseniks au Jardin Fanzinotheque Le Confort Moderne Poitiers (F)

2016 HATORADE RETROGRADE Threewalls Chicago (IL)

The Mothernists’ Audio Guide/Laguna Gloria The Contemporary Austin (TX)

2016 "HATORADE RETROGRADE" Threewalls Chicago (IL)

 

 

Publications/ Anthologies/ Articles, and Essays (recent selection)            

2020 “The Revolution will be Mothernized” Lise Haller Baggesen in Lind,

Maria, M. Masucci, J. Warsza [ed.] Red Love: A Reader on Alexandra

Kollontai Sternberg Press/Tensta Kunsthal Berlin/Stockholm (D/S)

2019 “The Mothernists” Lise Haller Baggesen and Deirdre Donoghue in

Marchevska & Walkerdine, The Maternal in Creative Work:

intergenerational discussions on motherhood and art. Routledge (NY)

2018 “Who’s Yo Mama?” True Meaning of S.M.H Onomatopee Eindhoven (NL)

2016 Sympathy for the 90s, Part I & II Generous Mag Milwaukee (WI)

 

 

Bibliography/reviews/interviews (recent selection)                             

2021 “In the Middle of a Dream: New Performance and Video Works

streaming Via MCA’s The Dreamscape” Holly Warren, Newcity, Chicago (IL)

2019 “The Mother-Shaped Hole: Lise Haller Baggesen’s Mothernism

Julia V. Hendrickson in Buller, Rachel Epp & Charles Reeve [ed.]

Inappropriate Bodies Demeter Press, Bradford (ON)

2019 HATORADE RETROGRADE: THE MUSICAL Karen Cheung, Art Practical (CA)

2018 Borderland Creatures: Lise Haller Baggesen & Iris Bernblum at

Goldfinch Matt Morris, genderassignment.tumbler.com Chicago, IL

2018 I am The Horse Elisabeth Lalley, Goldfinch Gallery, Chicago (IL)

2016 The Mothernists Audio Guide to Laguna Gloria Lise Haller Baggesen

The Contemporary Austin Austin (TX)

2016 Critic’s Pick: Lise Haller Baggesen Matt Morris, Artforum (NY)

2016 Lise Haller Baggesen: Mothernism Julia Hendrickson,

The Contemporary Austin (W/S exhibition guide) Austin (TX)

2015 "Lise Haller Baggesen, Artiste de Chicago" Joëlle Gayot France

Cultur/Radio France Paris (F)

2015 "Lise Haller Baggesen: On the Mother-Shaped Hole in Contemporary

Art" Julie Niemi Art21 New York (NY)

 

Curatorial/teaching/panels (recent selection)                                       

2021 It’s the People Who Make the Future, Gallery 400, UIC(IL)

2019-2021 Co-Prosperity Programming Commitee, Chicago (IL)

2016-2019 School of The Art Institute of Chicago, lecturer Department

for Visual and Critical studies

2016-2017 Poor & Needy (w Yvette Brackman)

The Poor Farm, Manawa (WI)& Krabbesholm, Skive (DK)

2015 GOLD Terrain Biennial/Terrain DK, Viborg (DK)

2014 3AM Maternal Vox Populi, Philadelphia (PA)

Education                                                                       

2011-13 MA Visual and Critical Studies, SAIC, Chicago (IL)

1992-95 BFA AKI Akademie voor Beeldende Kunsten, Enschede (NL)

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