Anne Mølleskov

Artist      Denmark      Residency Period: April 2018

Danish artist Anne Mølleskov is interested in exploring new ways of engaging in our complex relationship with nature. Her work is often responding to specific locations by making notions of wildness and wild nature the locus of real encounters, explorations, and reflections. At the heart of her adventure is a desire to cross and recross the boundaries between apparent opposite such as nature/culture, self/other, magic/real and local/global.

Anne holds a BA in Fine Art from Central Saint Martin's College of Art&Design, UK (2000) and an MA in Fine Art from LASALLE College of the Arts, Singapore (2017). She has been involved in solo shows, groups shows, and collaborative projects in Denmark (Frederik's Bastion, Kunsthal Charlottenborg, Ridehuset Aarhus, Rø Plantation et al.), UK (Camden Arts Centre, Lauderdale House, The Centre of Attention, Fringe Gallery et al.) and Singapore (Institue of Contemporary Art, The Substation and Singapore Art Book Fair). Her multi-disciplinary practice incorporates photography, video, installation, performance, fashion, textiles, rambling, social media, and texts.

MacRitchie Me: Turning to Be Wilder(ed), 2017, mixed media including 2 channel HD video projections, 16:9 aspect ratio, colour, 10:04 mins, loop.

MacRitchie on the Go (Portable Landscape), 2016, digitised performance, papercuts, art2wear.