1983, Malmö, Sweden
Lives and works between Paris and Mexico City.
Anna Senno is a self-taught painter and documentarist.
Her work explores the notion of multiplicity within the construction of identities through painting, film and photography. She dedicated her academic studies to semantics and conceptual language and holds a Master of Arts from Lund University, Sweden.
She has also been guest teaching at the Stockholm University of the Arts, Dramatic Academy, Sweden; Oberlin Art College, Ohio, USA; Science Po, Paris, France; University of Caen Normandie, France; The School of Political Studies of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sarajevo on behalf of the Council of Europe.
She is currently working on a curatorial exhibition project – Juxtaposing Craft – together with spatial designer Rebecca Ahlstedt and in collaboration with architect Tsuyoshi Tane. The project is suported by The National Museums of World Culture and Svensk Form in Sweden.
She is also developping her first full-length documentary – The Wedding Dress – produced by House of Real, Copenhagen.
Her work has been exhibited in:
Röhsska Museum of Design and Craft (2019), Gothenburg, Sweden
Institut suédois (2018), Paris, France
Serra dei Gardini - Venice Biennale of Architecture (2018), Venice, Italy
Nordisk Panorama Film Festival (2018) Malmö, Sweden
The BogArt (2018), New York, USA
National Museums of World Culture (2018), Stockholm, Sweden
Svensk Form (2018), Stockholm, Sweden
Øksnehallen (2017), Copenhagen, Denmark
Malmö Museum (2016), Malmö, Sweden
Palais de Tokyo (2015), Paris, France
Her early documentary works have been broadcasted on ARTE, France and RTBF / VRT, Belgium (2010-2012).