Marijn Ottenhof (NL, 1985) studied at the KABK The Hague and the Royal College of Art, London. Her work takes the form of performance, video, installation and music, in which she incorporates themes such as trauma, memory, fiction and horror. Often different voices are mixed; theoretical texts with personal, the improvised with the scripted.
She took part in several international residencies including a three month project in a mental health clinic in New York and the ceramics postgraduate EKWC (European Ceramic Work Centre) in Oisterwijk, Netherlands. Her works and performances have been presented in shows in the Netherlands including the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam and artfair UNFAIR. In the UK her work has been presented at Somerset House, Gossamer Fog and The South London Gallery.