66 McLachlan Avenue Rushcutters Bay NSW 2011
Born in 1983 in Sydney, and now residing in Brooklyn, NYC, Anna Kristensen is most recognised as a painter. However, it is at the crossroad of photography, sculpture and painting that her work tends to sit.
In Woiwurrung language, Yalingwa refers to day, and light. It’s an apt word to title a new initiative between Creative Victoria, the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (ACCA) and TarraWarra Museum of Art.
“My studio is here in Kings Cross – in fact the three studios I’ve had since art school have all been in the Cross. The studio is above an old-school barber and the buzzer doesn’t work so when people come to visit they have to SMS me or yell up at the windows.”
A complex photo installation and three-dimensional sculpture, including a backlit crypt made of wood, will be central to the exhibition.
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