SUPERFLEX was founded in 1993 by Jakob Fenger, Bjørnstjerne Christiansen and Rasmus Nielsen. With a diverse and complex practice, SUPERFLEX challenges the role of the artist in contemporary society and explores the nature of globalisation and systems of power. They are known for art works with wit and subversive humour that address serious social and cultural concerns. SUPERFLEX describe their works as tools - thereby suggesting multiple areas of application and use.
Recent solo exhibitions and projects include ‘One, Two, Three Swing’, Turbine Hall commission, Tate Modern, London (until 2 April 2018); 'Hospital Equipment', von Bartha, s-chanf, Switzerland, 2017; ‘Euro’, Hayward Gallery, London, 2017; 'SUPERFAKE/THE PARLEY', Lunds Konsthall, Lund, Sweden; ‘The Corrupt Show and The Speculative Machine’, Fundación Jumex, Mexico City, 2013.