Annika Eriksson

Annika Eriksson

 

 

 

 

Professor, Huvudlärare MFA

e-mail: annika.eriksson@umu.se

 

Annika Eriksson is a visual artist originally from Malmö. In 2002 she received the DAAD artists in Berlin Program and is since then living there. At the center of her artistic practice is an interest in social interaction: how do we live together, what kind of societies do we create, and what happens in the margins or in the transition from one social order to another? Her project also engages with the relations between humans and animals; of our interdependence, slippages and connection, but also registers of violation, and the animal as a distinctively human projection surface.

More recent exhibitions and commissions include A Hypothetical Show for a Closed Museum, M Woods Museum, Beijing,Animals in Art, Arken Kunstmuseum, Ishøj, Copenhagen, 2020; ANIMAL, Tate Liverpool, As we passed them, Here and Where/A Politics of Locations, Sinop Biennial, Part of the Labyrinth, Gothenburg International Biennial for Contemporary Art, Stories of Belonging, Tartu Art Museum, Art and Shops, Tensta Konsthall, 2019; Cat Portrait and Other Works, Kunsthall Oslo, 2018; The Social, Moderna Museet Malmö, Geese Rule (for the brave and frustrated geese of Avanos), Cappadox Festival, Kapadokya, 2017; Survival Kit, Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art, Riga, 298 111 OFF Museum Program, Museum Slaskie, Katowice; Hamlet, Künstlerhaus Stuttgart, Past Lives Selector, Finnish Landscape, Seurasaari Park, Helsinki, Outside the Sentence there was a city, SALT Ulus, Ankara, 2016; Every inclusion is an exclusion of other possibilities, Salt, Istanbul, Life's finest values, Kunsthalle Exnergasse, Vienna, In Preparation for a Psychodrama, Public Art Agency, Stockholm, Future Light,Vienna Biennale, Mirror Images, Medizinhistorisches Museum der Charité, Berlin and Kunstmuseum Thun, Something is here nothing is here (Horror), SITE Residency, BAC and Goethe-Institute in Novosibirsk, 2015; Menagerie Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne, 2014; I am the dog that was always here (loop), 13th Istanbul Biennial, 2013.

Parallel with her artistic practice she has held lectures and workshops in various institutions like Institute for Art in Context, Universität der Künste, Berlin, Kunstwerke, Berlin, Akademie der Bildenden Künste Nürnberg and Royal College of Art, London and has held long term positions at the Royal Academy of Art in Stockholm, Faculty of Art and Design Bergen University, Malmö Art Academy and Konstfack University of Arts Craft and Design, Stockholm.

 

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