Lise Skou (born in Denmark, 1966), artist. In her practice Skou engages with post-capitalist politics and capitalist globalisation, working on the basis of theories by e.g. J.K. Gibson-Graham, who focuses on feminist critique of the political economy.
Through a collective practice she sees to envision non-capitalist economies; to show a landscape of economic diversity – one that is not exclusively or predominantly capitalist – and to explore the challenges associated with alternative economic measures and interventions.
Skou is a graduate from the Whitney Museum of American Art – Independent Study Program (2002-2003) and the Funen Art Academy (1998-2004). She also holds a BA (Art History) from Aarhus University.
Bonnie Fortune is an artist and writer whose work looks at ecology-social and environmental. Her work has been shown at the Smart Museum (Chicago), the Hyde Park Art Center (Chicago), Charlottenborg (Copenhagen), Roskilde Museum for Contemporary Art, and the Frist Center for the Visual Arts (Nashville), among other locations. Fortune often works collaboratively with artists and professionals from other fields to realize her interdisciplinary projects. She blogs regularly on art, ecology, and the creation of place at mythologicalquarter.net Her writing is also published with make/shift:feminisms in motion and AREA:Chicago (Art, Research, Education, Activism).