#38: The Neverending Book.(Brinnade klot) Anna Sörenson
Watercolor and collage on paper. 16"x12". July 8
Selected Exhibitions: 2013 Suitcase Paintings, WIP konsthall, Stockholm (Solo Exhibition) 2012 Object and Illusion, Opus Gallery, New York (Solo Exhibition) 2012 Valence in Everyday Objects, Ed Varie, New York (Solo Exhibition) 2012 Paper:Work, Ground Arts Organization, New York
Selected Publications: 2011 Teorier, metoder och praktiker, Konstfack University, Stockholm 2010 Articles at www.omkonst.com, an artist run webpage for art criticism. 2008 National Universities Board’s annual catalogue. 2008 Article and illustrations in Dans Tidningen nr 2/2008, translated in to English, published in German Ballettanz. About Anna Sörenson: Born and raised in Stockholm, Anna Sörenson received her BFA from Umeå University in northern Sweden and subsequently pursued an exchange semester with Parsons the New School in New York. Anna received her MFA from Pratt Institute in 2012 through a Fulbright Scholarship. Sörenson has previously worked for the artists Pat Steir and Joseph Kosuth. Anna has exhibited in Sweden, Germany and New York. Anna also lectured at Hunter College in the spring of 2012. Upon completing her MFA, Sörenson received a grant from the American Embassy in Sweden to study American land art in California, Nevada and Utah in summer 2012. She assembled her first solo exhibition this fall, at Ed Varie in New York City, highlighting her works on paper. Sörenson's next solo exhibition in Stockholm is scheduled to open in 2013, presenting her 'Suitcase Paintings'. She has also been selected as the artist in residence at the Wassic Project in spring 2013.
Statement from the Artist: “I am interested in absurdity because it generates a cognitive
creative process, especially absurdity reflecting an existing system. Absurdity is also an affective way to critique, to speak about problems around us, social, political and economical. I am a constant explorer of places and local connotations of literature, philosophy and critical theory. Unfolding everyday practices and cultural context, my work reflects my environment and invites the viewer to
investigate, critique or laugh with me.” - Anna Sörenson