Lilibeth Cuenca Rasmussen

About Lilibeth

Born: 1970, Manila, Philippines

Based in Copenhagen, Denmark

Lilibeth Cuenca Rasmussens praxis is based on performance art, also transformed to different materials and medias as video, photography, sculpture and installations.

Cuencas productions involve the body, scripted texts, songs; composed music as well as intricate visual elements as costumes used as set design. She gathers, adapts, and universalizes her narratives in both a critical and humorous approach in regards to issues such as identity, culture, religion, gender and social relations.

Education:
1996-2002: The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Copenhagen
2004-2005: Guest tutor at the Academy of Fünen, Denmark
2005-2007: Guest tutor at The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Copenhagen
2014-2017: Boardmember in the Comitee of Arts Production and International Affairs Agency for Culture and Palaces, Denmark
2016-2019: Associate Professor at KMD
2019- Professor, Time-based and Performance Art, The Art Academy, Department of Contemporary Art, Faculty of Art, Music and Design, (KMD) University of Bergen

In Public Collections:
Aros, Århus, Denmark
Rønnebæksholm, Næstved
Horsens Art Museum, Horsens, Denmark (2014)
Museet for Samtidskunst Roskilde, Denmark (2011)
HeART; Museum of Contemporary Art, Herning, Denmark (2011)
Danish Arts Foundation, (2007 & 2003)
National Gallery of Denmark/ Statens Museum for Kunst (2006)
Malmö Art Museum, Malmö, Sweden (2002, 2004, 2007, 2012, 2021)
KIASMA, Museum of Modern Art, Helsinki, Finland (2003)
Odense Bys Kunstfond, Odense, Denmark (2002)

Grants:
2021: Niels Wessel Bagges Artfund
2012: Carl Nielsen og Anne Marie Carl Nielsens
2009: Arken Prize, Travel Grant. Donated by Annie & Otto Johs. Detlefs´ Philanthropic Foundation
2008. Eckersberg Medal of Honor
2007: Aage & Yelva Nimbs Fond, Grant of Honor
2007: Ole Haslunds Fond, Grant of Hono
2006: Danish Art Price, Aschehoug, travelgrant
2009: ISCP, Artist in residency programme, New York City 2005: Three Year Work grant, The Committee for Visual Arts

Portrait by Bjarke Johansen 2021



Bibliography

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2021: Gennembrud; Kvinder i dansk kunst fra 1600-tallet til i dag, Strandberg Publishing, Copenhagen, Eva Pohl

2021: Brydningstid; skulptur Odense21

2020: Berørt, Strandberg Publishing, Copenhagen, Maria Kjær Themsen

2019: Herfra Hvor vi Står / From here we stand, Horsens Art Museum 2019*

2019: Between The Sky and the Deep Blue Sea, Lofoten PAB

2019: ECC, Palazzo Mora, Venice

2018: Clay, Asger Jorn Museum*

2017: Vitamin C -Clay and Ceramic, Thames and Hudson

2017: BilledStorm Fra Reformation til i dag

2017: Culture War Intellect Books

2016: Las raíces del ser humano y la pintura: el cuerpo pincel de Lilibeth Cuenca Rasmussen, Croma7: Text by Mariade la Luz Feijodo (Spanish)

2016: Det enkle er det sværeste, DKI årsberetning: Text by Anders Hentze

2016: En Verden af Forskelle, Forlaget Spring: Text by Anne Birgitte Richard*

2016: Crossing The Line Contemporary Art From Denmark Critical Distance Center for Curations

2015: Nordic Contemporary, Art from Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden, Thames and Hudson. Edited by Hossein Amirsadeghi. Executive Editor Sophie Braine.

2014: Inbetweeness, Horsens Art Museum, Horsens. By Julie Møller & Claus Hagedorn*

2014: Re.act.feminism #2 a performing archive Verlag für Moderne Kunst (Eng.+German)
Text by Bettina Knaup & Beatrice Ellen Stammer

2013: The Beginning Is Always Today, Feminist Art in Scandinavia 1990 until now, SKMU, Sørlandets Kunstmuseum, Kristiansand, Norway (Eng. +Norwegian)

2013: Out of Fashion, Textiles in Contemporary Art, Gl. Holtegaard & Kunsten Aalborg

2013: Gender Heart, Havremagasinet, Boden

2013: Lips painted Red, Trondheim Kunstmuseum

2013: Malmø Nordic

2013: Conversations with Artist, Outer Views, Museum of Transitory Art: Text by Tengal

2013: You have every right, 2013 Ateneo Art Gallery, Manila. Interview by Lian Ladia
Text A, text C, text E

2013: Grundlag, Materialitet  # 2 Jord, Sorø Kunstmuseum

2012: Connected by Art, Staatliches Museum Schwerin: Text by Stine Høholt (Eng. +German)

2012: Ego & Psyke, Århuskunstbygning

2011: Transformations, Museum of Religious Art, Lemvig

2011: Performa09, New York City: Text by Peres Singh

2011: Speech Matters, The Danish Pavilion Venice Biennale, Mousse Publishing: Text by Katerina Gregos
Text A, text B

2011: Out of Left Field, Quadrilateral Biennale, Museum of Contemporary Art, Rijeka: Text by Jovana Stokic

2010: Monograph, Heidelberger Kunstverein & Revolver Publishing. (Eng./ +German)*

Texts by Johan Holten, Andre Lepecki, Bettina Knaup, Lars Bang Larsen and Toke Lykkeberg

2010: Beatrice i Paradiset (A journey in Dantes works) by Hanne Roer, Aarhus Universitets Forlag

2010: Lilith Performance Studio, Malmö

2009: For Øjeblikket, L&R Uddannelse, Ringhardt & Ringhof, Copenhagen

2009: Act as an Image re performing Documentation, Lessons in the Art of Falling, Preus Museum: Text by Camilla Jalving

2009: Northwave, Silvana Editoriale, Milan (Eng. + Italian) by Lorella Scacco

2009: Praxis: Art in Times of Uncertainty, Biennale of Contemporary Art, Thessaloniki
Text A, text B, text C

2008: U–Turn, Quadrennial for Contemporary Art, Copenhagen: Text by Camilla Jalving
Text A, text B

2008: Food for Thought, Satelitte project by U-turn and Thorbjørn Christiansen, Stege Sukkerfabrik, Stege

2008: Soclé du Monde, Herning Museum of Contemporary Art, Herning

2008: Flest Fiktion, Museet for Religiøs Kunst, Lemvig

2008: Danskjävlar – en svensk kærlighedserklæring, Kunsthal Charlottenborg, Copenhagen,

2008: Lens Politica, Film and Media Art Festival, Helsinki

2007: Another Kind of Adventures, Galleri Image and The Danish Cultural Institute, Beijing

2007: Machine-RAUM, BIZ-ArT in collaboration with Vejle Kunstmuseum, Vejle

2007: Global Feminisms, Brooklyn Museum

2007: Kærlighed, Kunsthallen Brænderigården, Viborg

2007 and 2006: Kopenhagen, Kopenhagen Publishing

2006: A Tale of Two Cities, Busan Biennale, Busan

2006: Nybrud i Dansk Kunst, by Camilla Jalving and Rune Gade, Aschehoug, Copenhagen

2006: Manual til dansk samtidskunst, Gyldendal. Text by Mette Sandbye & Lisbeth Bonde.

2006: Dansk Kunst06, Torben Weirup, Aschehoug, Copenhagen

2006: Ego Show, X-rummet, Statens Museum for Kunst, Copenhagen. Text by Vibeke Vibholt Knudsen

2006: Regarding Denmark, Ileana Tounta Contemporary Art Centre, Athens

2005: Dobbeltop, Køge skitsesamling

2004: View–Feminist Strategies in Danish Art, Informationens forlag, Copenhagen

2004: Human Fucking Human, LIAF, Lofoten International Art Festival, Lofoten

2004: Fundamentalisms of the New Order, Lukas & Sternberg, Nifca & Kunsthal Charlottenborg, Copenhagen

2004: Anders Zorn and Contemporary Nordic Art, Arken, Museum for Moderne Kunst, Ishøj

2004: www.women.2003, Billboard project. Informationens Forlag, Copenhagen

2003: Rock The Boat, Localized Ethics, the Situated Self, and Particularism in Contemporary Art by Tere Vadén & Mika Hannula, Salon Verlag, Köln

2003: Rohto, Straight on medicine art, NIFCA

2003: Home Sweet Home, Århus Kunstmuseum, Århus

2003: Familiebilleder, Kunsthallen Brænderigården, Viborg

2002: Clockwise, NIFCA, Nordic Institute of Contemporay Art

2002: Babel 2002, Museum of Contemporary Art, Seoul, South Korea

2001: Skulptur i Eventyrhaven & i Vollsmose, Odense Bys Kunstfond

2001: Beyond Paradise, Nordic Artists Travel East

2001: Ars 01, Unfolding Perspectives, KIASMA, Helsinki

2001: Reol, OTTO, Copenhagen, Borgens Forlag

2001: Ambassadører, Kørners Kontor, Informationens forlag

2000: North, Contemporary Art from Northern Europe, Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna

2000: Big Torino, Biennale of emerging artists, Turin

2000: SHOOT – Moving Pictures by Artists, Malmö Konsthall and Cinema Spegeln, Malmö

2000: Sony Europe, art awards, Berlin

1999: Proms 4, Kunsthallen Brandts Klædefabrik, Odense

1998: Wrapped, Vestsjællands Kunstmuseum, Sorø

1998: Bommerang, Nikolaj Copenhagen Contemporary Art Center

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