Lynn Klemmer is a multimedia artist. She graduated at the National College of Art and Design in Dublin with a BA in Fine Art & Visual Culture (2017) and at the University of Potsdam with an MA in European Media Studies (2023).
Her practice works at the crossroads of analog and digital media, seeking to reconsider the place of the human in a rapidly evolving algorithmic, urban and natural landscape. By merging various visual elements, from natural imagery to digital symbols, advertisements and desolate urban structures, her films and installations suggest dissonant atmospheres and form hybrid audiovisual realities. 
She is also a co-founder of Mnemozine, a Luxembourgish interdisciplinary research and
art collective which manifests itself as a platform for experiments in philosophy, sociology and contemporary art practice. As co-director of Six Minutes Past Nine, she is currently hosting a new virtual research and studio program.