-Två timmar (book release) Aug -21 Gothenburg
-Falling Within,Oct -20 KC-centrum, Gothenburg
-The Whispers of the Walls, Sep -19 Gathenhielmska, Gothenburg
-Gallery version “Någon Liten” (Someone Small) Nov -18. Anohaao Gallery, Gothenburg
Group Exhibitions-Spring salon Feb-Mars -20 Galleri Backlund, Gothenburg
-A Waste of space, June -19 Konstepedemin, Gothenburg
-13festivalen, “Barnet” Jan -18 Konstepedemin, Gothenburg
-Process of “Någon Liten” (Someone Small) Jan -18 Gothenburg Film Festival/Film i Väst
-Samlingsutställningen, May -16 Järnhallen Ringöns Art Hall, Gothenburg
Anna Hulth, born 1988 and based in Gothenburg, Sweden
There is a recurring desire for me to get closer to the unknown. To get closer to the things I can not see but fills my chest with concern. That feeling that is so difficult to control and to understand. That feeling that scares me.
My work is based on analog photography, where I patiently try to approach a narrative of emotions. By transferring my photographs to a tactile material, I can allow myself to get even closer to an eerier state of mind. I use layers, add and erase them, physical layers of charcoal, fragile flowers and hair. The layers create a distance, a space that thus opens up a narrow path into the unknown.
My curiosity to explore new ways of telling has led me into using different materials. I work with textiles, ceramics and film. All to get close to a narrative that is lurking within me. Closer to the unknown.
I have a broad education at several instances (in Sweden), where I have studied a number of different artistic expressions. Such as; photography, text, film, and cultural project management.
-(Currently) Masters in textile art at HDK-Valand, Gothenburg (20-22)
-Courses (200 credits) in photography, publication, art, film, text, lighting, project work & so on. HDK-Valand Gothenburg and Steneby (11-20)
-Artistic concept development, Gothenburg School of Art (19)
-Kulturverkstan, Higher vocational studies. Vocational degree in international culture project management. (15-17) Gothenburg