Artist talk

Anna-Karin Rasmusson

Artist Talk

Tuesday 5 April 2022 from 17:00 – 19:00


Jutland Art Academy presents a public artist with the Swedish visual artist Anna-Karin Rasmusson.

The talk will be remote and in English, and will be streamed and projected at Høloftet at Jutland Art Academy.

In addition to the event at Høloftet, the talk will also be available online via this Zoom link:

meeting ID: 345 419 3361

Anna-Karin Rasmusson (b. 1983) lives and works in Stockholm.

With painting and everyday life as a starting point, Anna-Karin mainly works with video installations that illuminate complex feelings of inadequacy, disorientation, empathy and tenderness. She herself acts in large, built-up scenographies or in the projection of earlier videos and thus creates double layers in the image. The result is a multi-faceted, collage-like composition of recognizable, everyday environments and inner, mental spaces.

Anna-Karin Rasmusson holds a Master of Fine Arts (MFA) from the Royal Institute of Art in Stockholm (2016). She participated in The Modern Exhibition 2018 and in 2020 she also exhibited at Den Frie in Copenhagen, Strandverket in Marsstrand, Växsjö Konsthall, Konstepidemin in Gothenburg and Kunsthal Charlottenborg in Copenhagen as well as several galleries. Her video installation Mater Nostra is now part of the collections at Moderna Museet and Gothenburg Art Museum. Awards and grants include the Bernadotte Award (2016), the IASPIS studio grant in Stockholm (2018), the Stockholm City Cultural Award (2019), the Swedish Arts Grants Committee’s one-year working grant (2019) and two-year working grant (2021).

She is represented by Cecilia Hillström Gallery in Stockholm.