Installation view "Anna Barham – Liquid Liquid", Galerie Nordenhake Stockholm 2015

Anna Barham

Anna Barham (1974) lives and works in London. She studied Maths and Philosophy at Cambridge University before going on to study art at the Slade.
Her work is represented in prestigious collections including Tate, London, V&A, London and CGAC, Santiago de Compostela. In 2015 she performed her live production reading group project I feel love at the Rotterdam Film Festival and at Birmingham's Eastside Projects, and in the same year the project Les Amours de la Pieuvre (The Love Life of The Octopus) at Centre Pompidou, Paris.
Recent solo exhibitions, performances and commissions include Ex Libris Gallery, Newcastle University, Newcastle (2018), Playground Festival, Museum M, Leuven (2016), ICA Studio, London (2015), Hayward Gallery Project Space, London (2014), Site Gallery, Sheffield and MK Gallery, Milton Keynes (both 2013), Art on the Underground, London and 176 / Zabludowicz Collection, London (both 2012), CCA, Glasgow (2011). Group exhibitions and screenings include venues such as Kunst-Werke Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin (2016), STUK, Leuven (2014), South London Gallery, London and Turner Contemporary, Margate (both 2013), FRAC Lorraine in Metz, Matt's Gallery in London, and The Drawing Room, London (all 2012), MHKA, Antwerp (2011), Le Plateau / Frac Ile de France, Paris (2010), Tate Modern, London (2009).
In 2010 she published the book Return to Leptis Magna, written entirely from anagrams of the title.

Installation view, D̶̶I̶̶D̶̶I̶̶N̶̶G̶̶ An Interior That Remains an Exterior?, Künstlerhaus, Halle für Kunst & Medien, Graz, 2016

Installation view "Anna Barham – Liquid Liquid, Galerie Nordenhake 2015, 2015, UV print on holographic paper, mounted on aluminium, 97 x 69 cm

squidinkscreen.jpg, 2015, UV print on holographic paper, mounted on aluminium, 97 x 69 cm

Liquid Consonant, 2012, HD video, 60” loop

Arena, 2011, wood and MDF, 4.25 x 4.25 x 1 m

Installation view "Anna Barham – A Splintered Game, Galerie Nordenhake Stockholm 2011

A Splintered Game, 2009, steel, fluorescent lights, random switching unit, 150 x 100 x 75 cm