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In residency from April 20 to July 26, 2022

Born in 1991 in Oakland, California. Lives and works in Berlin, Germany.

Anna Reutinger's practice combines sculpture, installation and performance to propose a return to craft in defiance of capitalist production cycles and as seed for social, material, corporeal and environmental empathy. Oscillating between incidental and intentional gestures, she uses found material, social input and a sampling of histories to expose the transitory nature of things and beings, and their interconnection.

She is a tutor in the Dirty Art Department at the Sandberg Instituut where she also received her M.F.A. in 2016 after a B.A. in Design Media Arts and Digital Humanities at UCLA in 2013. Her work has been exhibited at the CAPC musée d’art contemporain de Bordeaux, Saint Etienne Biennale, FR—MKG Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe Hamburg, DE—Jan van Eyck Academie, W139, De Fabriek, NL—KlaraKiss Zipspace, CH—Macao Milano, IT—The Hammer Museum, The Getty Center, Chin’s Push and Control Room, Los Angeles, US.

Anna Reutinger, Palacon with Elise Ehry and Daría Galabriel, Performative Workshop, CAPC musée d’art contemporain de Bordeaux, 2020, Photo credit: Arthur Pequin

Anna Reutinger, Still from Palacon with Elise Ehry and Daría Galabriel, Video, 17 minutes, CAPC musée d’art contemporain de Bordeaux, 2020.

Anna Reutinger avec Garance Wullschleger, Morte liiiiiiiiifffeeee, still naaaattuuuree, Bed sheets, cotton canvas, coffee, beets, onion skins, rust, beer, dahlias, soundtrack, Jedna Dva T?i Gallery, Prague, 2019, Photo credit: We Give You Good

Anna Reutinger, Stuck in the same muck, Second hand silk, cotton and linen, madder, iron, onion skins, black beans, human hair, hibiscus, plastic waste, paper bags, flour, Photo credit: Jonas Balsevi?ius and Ugnius Gelguda.

Anna Reutinger, To all the men I never loved, performance installation, Cafe Mansro, Amsterdam, 2016.