Anna’s work explores different ways of acquiring knowledge. Her practice spans analogue photography, image distortion techniques, movement, archiving and writing. In her work, she explores how we try to make sense of our existence – how we acquire an understanding of the world surrounding us, how language shapes our definitions of what we experience, and which role our well-being plays in our individual approaches to reality.

Melting different epistemologies into inquiries about certainty and truth, Anna questions our definitions of what we think we know. Her often deeply personal artistic research touches upon topics such as transmission of information, pluriformity and power, while her dreamlike images remind us that reality is but an ever changing concept.