Born in Liège, Belgium in 1942, Danièle Nyst co-produced videos and worked with her husband Jacques-Louis Nyst on installations from 1983 to 1995. Danièle studied at the Madrid Academy of Fine Arts and produced music programs for the RTBF (Radio Télévision Belge-Francaise). Their primarily video work, an amalgam of paintings, drawings, installations and photographs, was produced under the joint name of Danièle and Jacques-Louis Nyst. Danièle and Jacques-Louis Nyst's collaborative work is most remarkable for its time. It has been shown at world-renown art events including 'Documenta 8' (1987) in Kassel and the São Paulo Biennial in Brazil and in widespread exhibitions and video festivals, including those held by the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam, the International Festival of Video in Tokyo, the Museum of Modern Art in New York and the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris. Danièle Nyst died in 1998.