— These are tactile glimpses of dreams mutating with matter. Spaces, where human and non-human presences linger heavy.
Surfaces that intertwine the industrial and the organic, and movements that enacts the multiplicity of the body.

Dit-Cilinn explores the dissolution of the atomized self, erotic decay of greenery, and the mapping of inner realms.
A recipient of Bonniers Dahlins Foundation award and the Barclay Simpson award, Dit-Cilinn has been exhibited at
Museo de la Ciudad, Querétaro; Regina Rex, New York; Palazzo Saluzzo Peasana, Turin; For-site Foundation,
Nevada City and the Gothenburg International Biennial for Contemporary Art among other places.

She attended the Royal Institute of Art and Valand Academy, received her MFA at the California College of the Arts,
and was a resident at the Rijksakademie.

SE/TH, 1983