Anne Senstad

Oslo, Norway.

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Anne Katrine Senstad is a multidisciplinary Norwegian artist who lives and works in New York.
She works in the intersection of installation art, photography, video, site and time specific work,
and land art, bordering the definition of architecture, sculpture and spatial relations. She was
educated at Parsons School of Design and The New School for Social Research in New York.
In 2013 she will be exhibiting at The 55th Venice Biennial as part of the exhibition The
Metamorphoses of the Virtual – 100 years of art and freedom with the installation piece
UNIVERSALS. The piece consists of a sculpture and multiple projection installation.
In 2011 she completed a major public art commission in collaboration with the internationally
renowned architecture firm Snøhetta and Ohio State Arts Council Percent for Art Program, at The
Wolfe Center for the Arts, BGSU, Ohio.
She has exhibited widely internationally at Zendai Moma in Shanghai, ThisIsNotAgallery in
Buenos Aires, Utsikten Kunstsenter and Stiftelsen 3,14 in Norway, Björn Ressle Gallery, Gary
Snyder Gallery, Gallery Nine5 and Elga Wimmer Gallery in NY, Pink Gallery in Seuol and KK
Projects in New Orleans amongst others.
Her video work has been shown with Rencontres Internationales Paris/Berlin/Madrid that took
place at Centre Pompidou, Haus Der Kultur Der Welt, Berlin, and Beirut Art Center in Lebanon in
2011-12, The Canadian Museum of Nature, Museum of Modern Art Ukraine in Kiev, Video Arte
Internacional and Eva Peron Museum Buenos Aires and various galleries and institutions as part
of her exhibitions and multi projection installations.
Art fairs include Scope Miami, Scope New York, DIVA Paris, Paris Photo, Miami Photo, London
book Art Fair/Serpentine Gallery, Sao Paolo Contemporary Art Fair, HAF Hong Kong, Seoul Art
Fair, KIAF Korea International Art Fair, MiArt Milano Contemporary Art Fair.
Her work is represented in Gallery, Institutions, corporate and private collections.