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[bio] Ann-Sofi Sid*n [e]


Ann Sofi Siden

*1962, Stockholm; Based in Stockholm and New York. From 1986 to 1988 she studied at the Academy of Art, Berlin: from 1988 to 1992 at the Royal Academy of Art, Stockholm. During the following years she concentrated on films revolving around themes like the human psyche and the mythology of the »self«. Several of her works also call into question concepts of control and observation and its antitheses.

Solo Exhibitions | Group Exhibitions | Grants and Awards | Bibliography | Recommended Links

Solo Exhibitions

»Station 10 and Back Again«, Norrköpings Konstmuseum [S]
»Ann-Sofi Sidén - The Panning Eye Revisited«, Musée d'art Moderne de la Ville de Paris [F]

»2 DVD Installations: Eija-Liisa Ahtila & Ann-Sofi Sidén«,
Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston [USA]
«Who is invading my privacy, not so quietly and not so friendly?«, The South London Gallery, London [GB]

»Warte Mal!«, Wiener Secession, Vienna [AT]
Galerie Barbara Thumm, Berlin [D]
»QM, I Think I Call Her QM«, Bergen Fine Art Society, Bergen Galerie Nordenhake, Stockholm [S]

»Excerpt III«, Gallery Lucas & Hoffman, Cologne [D]
»It is by confining ones neighbour that one is convinced of ones own sanity«, Galerie Nordenhake, Stockholm [S]

»CODEX«, Riksutställningar [S]

Galleri Mejan, Stockholm [S]

Galleri Rotor, Gothenburg [S]


Group Exhibitions

Trauma, Dundee Contemporary Arts; Firstsite, Colchester [GB]
MOMA, Oxford
Berlin Biennale für zeitgenössische Kunst, Kunst-Werke, Berlin [D]

»Kwangju Biennale 2000«, Kwangju [KR]
»Organizing Freedom«, Moderna Museet, Stockholm [S]

»Carnegie International 1999/2000«, Pittsburgh [USA]
»Firework«s, De Appel, Amsterdam [NL]
»Composite«, The National Museum of Contemporary Art, Oslo [NL]
»Dial M for...«, Kunstverein München [D]
»dAPERTutto«, Venice Biennial [I]

»XXIV Biennial of São Paulo« [BR]
»In Visible Light«, Moderna Museet, Stockholm [S]
»Nuits Blanches«, Musée dart moderne de la ville de Paris [F]

»Conspiracy«, Uppsala Konstmuseum, Uppsala [S]
»Zonen der ver-störung, steirischer herbst«, Graz [AT]
«Electronic Undercurrents«, Statens Museum for Kunst, Copenhagen [DK]

»Strange Phenomena«, National Museum, Helsinki [FI]
»Hybrid No.4«, The Kitchen, New York City [USA]

»Good Morning America«, P.S.1. Studio Artist Group Show at P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, New York [USA]


Grants and Awards

First prize in Statens Konstråds public sculpture contest Platser (Places), Stockholm [S]



Ann-Sofi Sidén - The Panning Eye Revisited, Musée d'art moderne de la ville de Paris, 2001; Jan Estep, Feral Children and the Queen of Mud, in New Art Examiner, March 2001; Jennifer Allen, On Through Melancholia and Charme, in NU: The Nordic Art Review, 1, 2001; Warte Mal!, Wiener Secession, Vienna, 2000; Organising Freedom, Moderna Museet, Stockholm, 2000; Gregory Volk, On Ann-Sofi Sidén's Fideicommissum, in Camera Austria, November 2000; Harald Fricke, Interview with Ann-Sofi Sidén, in Kunst-Bulletin, January/February 2000; Carnegie International, Pittsburgh, 1999/2000; Dial M for, Kunstverein München, 1999; In Visible Light, exhib. cat., Moderna Museet, Stockholm, 1998; Justin Hoffman, Zonen der Ver-störung, in Kunstforum International, 139, December 1997-March 1998; Conspiracy, exhib. cat., Uppsala Konstmuseum, 1997; Sarah Arrenius, A Mud Queen as TV-star, in Index, 1, 1996; Strange Phenomena, National Museum, Helsinki, 1995; David Lindsay, Mad House: Art That Immitates an Eccentric Life, in New York Post, 1994.


Recommended Links

-> Biography

-> Artist's CV

-> Who Told the Chambermaid?, Venice Biennale [I] 1999

-> Londonart Magazine article on Who is entering my space, not so quietly and not so friendly?, South London Gallery, London [GB] 2000



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