Rikke Luther works on the environmental crisis in relation to language, materials, law and financialisation. Her work occupies the hinterland between the fields of landscape, architecture, speech, politics, economy, biology, drawing and education. She has held teaching positions in Denmark and given numerous guest lectures, most recently at MIT and Harvard. Her work has been presented in Biennales and Triennales [such as Venice, Singapore, Echigo-Tsumari and Auckland], museums [such as Moderna Museum, Kunsthaus Bregenz, The New Museum, Museo Tamayo, Smart Museum] and exhibitions [like Beyond Green: Towards a Sustainable Art, 48C Public.Art.Ecology, ÜBER LEBENSKUNST and Weather Report: Art & Climate Change]. In 2016 Luther created a new work for the 32nd Bienal de São Paulo which was her first solo project in many years.