Ditte Krøyer is a Danish interdisciplinary artist, based in New York City, studying at the MFA Fine Arts program at The School of Visual Arts.

Krøyer's art practise grows out of punk and metal culture in a monochrome universe of metal, ink and leather. 

In 2023 Krøyer finished the Bachelor of Fine Arts with Honours from Glasgow School of Art, specializing in Sculpture and Environmental Art. Krøyers work evolves through the form of installation, printmaking and performance.  Inspired by religious medieval art and architecture, Krøyer investigates an in-between of worlds such as the borderlines of nightmares and dreams, utopia and dystopia, and life and death, drawing parallels to climate change and late capitalism.

In 2020 Krøyer and guitarists Sofie Angen and Signe Lading, formed metal band Vulvatorious. Joined by Florent Besson on bass and drummer Rasmus Johan Aarslev in 2021, the Copenhagen based band finished their critically aclaimed debut album. The album was released in March  2024 by the independent record label Bad Morning Records after being recorded, mixed and mastered by Lasse Ballade at Ballade Studios, Copenhagen. Vulvatorious will perform at Copenhell and Roskilde Festival 2024.

IG: @ditte_kroyer


Photo by Guy Nechmad Stern