Born 1962 in Stockholm, Sweden, Ann-Sofi Sidén currently lives and works in Stockholm, Berlin, and New York City. Sidén studied at the Hochschule der Kunste in Berlin, Germany (1986-1988) and the Royal Academy of Art in Stockholm, Sweden (1988-92). Recent solo exhibitions have included Warte Mal!, Hayward Gallery, London, England (2002); Station 10 and Back Again, Norrköpings Konstmuseum, Sweden (2001); The Panning Eye Revisited, Musée d’art Moderne de la villa de Paris, France (2001); 2 DVD Installations: Elja-Liisa Ahtila & Ann-Sofi Sidén, Contemporary Arts Museum in Houston, TX (2000); and QM, I Think I Call Her QM exhibited at the 1999/2000 Carnegie International in Pittsburgh, PA. Sidén also exhibited at the 1999 Biennale de Venezia, Italy; the XXIV Biennale de São Paulo, Brazil (1998); and Manifesta 2 in Luxemburg (1998). In 1994 Sidén was awarded a residency at P.S.1’s International Studio Program, New York, NY, and she participated in the Rotterdam Film Festival, Holland in 1999.
Exhibition sponsored in part by the American-Scandinavian Foundation’s Thord-Gray Memorial Fund.