Tinne Zenner (she/her, b.1986) is a visual artist, filmmaker and programmer based in Copenhagen. Working with analogue film, 3D renderings and spatial installation, her work moves between the cinema and exhibition space while exploring the structures, in which layers of history, geopolitics and collective memory are embedded.
In recent years, her work has been actively and critically engaged with the structural traces of the Danish colonial past and present in Kalaalit Nunaat (Greenland). Lately her focus is on the ongoing neo-colonial and invisible extraction of geological data. 

Her films have been shown at a number of international film festivals including New York Film Festival, CPH:DOX, Courtisane, Oberhausen, EMAF, Rencontres Internationales Paris/Berlin, Image Forum Tokyo and EXiS Seoul, and her installation work exhibited at museums and galleries internationally at Reykjavik Art Museum, Nuuk Art Museum, Greenland National Museum, Gothenburg Kunsthal, BOZAR Centre for Fine Arts Brussels and locally at Kunsthal Kongegaarden, Møstings Hus, Overgaden - Institute of Contemporary Art, Kunsthal Charlottenborg and Fotografisk Center in Denmark.

Zenner holds an MFA from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts (2016). She is a member of the film collectives Sharna Pax and Terrassen both engaging with the social life of film. She works as a programmer for EMAF - European Media Arts Festival and is Head of the educational programme DOX:ACADEMY at CPH:DOX. She recently opened her solo-exhibition (Im)material Extraction at Vermilion Sands, Copenhagen in November 2023.

Kochsgade 31 D, 2. - 5000 Odense C - DK