Anne Duk Hee Jordan is an artist who lives and works in Berlin. In her practice, she creates romantic machines that mirror, extend, or convert biological processes and chemical reactions between living organisms and dead material. She collects her inspiration from marine life, biology, sexuality and reproduction, nutrition, ecology, and researches them with help of specialists from various fields. Currently, her projects are concerned with the changing sex in ecology. She takes both marine life and sexuality, and explores the changes which occur in them and how the creatures are able to adapt to these changes.
Anne Duk Hee Jordan studied at the Academy of Arts, Berlin Weissensee, and continued with a Master of Fine Arts in Berlin at the Institut für Raumexperimente under Olafur Eliasson. She has had solo exhibitions at Balzer Projects (2016), Basel, Museum für Angewandte Kunst, Frankfurt, and Berlin, including Metrotopie at the House of World Cultures, (HKW). Most recently, she exhibited at the Beaufort Triennial in Belgium and at the 1. Riga International Biennial of Contemporary Art (RIBOCA 1) (2018).
Her artwork was a part of the LIAF exhibition.