Anna Barham is a London-based artist working between video, sound, print, installation, and live events. Her practice considers language as it moves between different material forms, technologies and bodies. She questions how authorship is distributed and what kinds of subjectivities can be formed through these processes.
Recent projects include The Tanks, Tate Modern, London; Flat Time House, London; Whitstable Biennale, Kent; Chelsea Space, London; Index, Stockholm; Quote/Unquote, Bucharest; Site Gallery, Sheffield; MIMA, Middlesbrough; Playground Festival, Museum M, Leuven; Wellcome Collection, London; K-W, Berlin. Anna is currently a practice-based PhD candidate at Ruskin School of Art, University of Oxford.