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Anna Sokolova

Media artist.

In her work, Anna Sokolova explores the interaction between architectural space and the moving image.

Another important aspect of her work is the transformation of text into a work of art; how objectivity (text form) and subjectivity (message) in the understanding of the text affect the way it is perceived.

The most famous work of Anna Sokolova is the series "Ornament": using the same video element - a white stripe on a black background (the artist herself refers to this visual element as a linement) - she creates dynamic structures that, penetrating into the exhibition space, transform it. Continuing to explore the possibilities of the created video element, Sokolova tests it as a new media, and, placing it on her own flag, formulates a manifesto of artistic sovereignty and formal aesthetic autonomy.

Lives and works in Düsseldorf.

Personal site:

www.annasokolova.org

Selected events

Selected Artwork Series

Selected artworks

Associated institutions

Articles on KALEKTAR

Associated Documents

Selected dates:

1975

She was born in Minsk (BSSR, today the Republic of Belarus).

1991−1994

Minsk Art College named after Glebov.

1994–2000

The monumental branch of the Belarusian State Academy of Arts .

2003–2005

National Studio of Contemporary Arts Le Fresnoy in France.

Since 2005

Lives and works in Düsseldorf , Germany.

2005–2007

Dusseldorf Academy of Arts (classes of Daniel Buren and David Rabinovich).

2007–2010

Academy of Media Arts KHM in Cologne.