Anna Uddenberg. Photo copyright Franz Grünewald.
Anna Uddenberg. Photo copyright Franz Grünewald. <1 of 1>

Artist Fellow

Anna Uddenberg

Anna Uddenberg (b. 1982, Stockholm, Sweden) lives and works in Berlin, Germany and Stockholm, Sweden. She studied at Frankfurt Städelschule and Stockholm’s Royal Academy of Fine Arts. Her works have been shown internationally in solo and group exhibitions, including at Meredith Rosen Gallery, New York (2023); Taipei Fine Arts Museum (2023); Centre Pompidou Metz (2023); Schinkel Pavillon, Berlin (2022); Berghain Panoramabar, Berlin (2020); Athens Biennale, Athens (2018); Kunst Halle Sankt Gallen, Sankt Gallen (2018); House of Gaga Mexico City (2017); Monash University Museum of Art, Melbourne (2017); Museum of Modern Art, Warsaw (2017). Uddenberg was the recipient of the Hector Kunstpreis, 2022 and Overbeck-Preis für bildende Kunst, 2023.

Through the feedback loop of consumerist culture, Uddenberg investigates how body culture, spirituality, and self-staging are intertwined with the mediation and production of subjectivity by new technologies and forms of circulation. Her practice is a space for reflecting on taste/class, appropriation, and sexuality, which integrates earlier approaches to gender theory while pushing these questions into new and intensively material territories. 

Uddenberg joined Black Cube's Artist Fellowship program in 2020.