Helene Nymann (b. 1982, Denmark) is a Danish visual artist and artistic researcher. She works with embodied knowledge, memory-systems and future ancestry. By applying mnemonic devices for image-making, Nymann constructs performative environments in which the moving image, sound and sculpture make way for transformative arrays of consciousness, deepening the understanding of the fundamental aspects, by which we process information, store knowledge and create memories for more sustainable futures.
Nymann is currently an artistic research fellow at the Interacting Minds Centre, University of Aarhus, Denmark. Nymanns works have been presented at museums and art in contexts internationally, including the New Museum, Pioneer Works and the Fridman Gallery in New York, Copenhagen Contemporary,  Kunsthal Charlottenborg, ARoS, Kunsthal Aarhus in Denmark and MACRO, Museo D’arte Contemporanea in Rome, Tate Modern, London.