ane Jin Kaisen (born 1980 in Jeju Island, South Korea) is a visual artist, filmmaker, and Professor at the School of Media Arts, the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts. Working with video installation, film, photographic installation, performance, and text, Kaisen’s artistic practice is informed by extensive interdisciplinary research and engagement with diverse communities. She brings past and present into play through layered, performative and multi-voiced, feminist works that explore topics such as memory, migration, borders and translation in a field where individual experiences and collective histories intersect. Her works negotiate and mediate the means of representation, resistance and reconciliation, thus forming alternative genealogies and sites of collective emergence. Kaisen received an MFA in Interdisciplinary Studio Art from the University of California Los Angeles, an MA in Art Theory and Media Art from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, and attended the Whitney Independent Study Program. She currently serves as a member of the Danish Arts Foundation Committee for Visual Arts Project Funding. She represented Korea at the 58th Venice Biennale in 2019 alongside Hwayeon Nam and siren eun young jung and was awarded the Montana ENTERPRIZE at Kunsthallen Brandts in Denmark in 2011. Kaisen has participated in the biennials of Liverpool, Gwangju, Anren, Jeju, among others.