Mille Kalsmose is a Danish conceptual installation artist based in Copenhagen and New York. She is working in various medias such as photography, video, light, sound, and objects. She holds a Master from UAB, Barcelona and attended SVA, New York.
Kalsmose combines autobiography with neuroscience, and personal experiences with social inquiry, to create artworks that resonate on many levels. She has worked with various materials, but her latest works appear as individual sculptures, or independent forms, with each one telling a story about family and society—about the creation of identity within a social framework—allowing the artist’s tales to be appreciated by audiences from many cultural backgrounds. Kalsmose has achieved a balance between the universal and the individual, and it is impossible to view her works without discovering an element of identification.