Contact

Karl Johansgatan 84
414 55 GÖTEBORG
Sweden
mobile: +46 70 643 01 51
mail(at)annalinder.se

Anna Linder, born 1967 in Lapland, Sweden. Linder has worked in the field of moving images as an independent artist, curator and producer since early 1990s. Now based in Gothenburg, Sweden, her work has been selected for festivals and art exhibitions internationally. Films to mention is cum pane – the one you share your bread with, densen and 13 Related Sewing Machines. Linders films are in distribution by Arsenal – Institute for Film and Video Art in Berlin, Filmform, CFMDC in Toronto, Heure Exquise in France and The Film-Makers’ Cooperative in New York. Linder worked at Filmform – a foundation dedicated to promotion, distribution and preservation of Swedish Art Film and Experimental Video in Sthlm between 2004-2012. Linders works have been exhibited and screened at Tribeca Film Festival, Palm Springs International Film Festival, Oberhausen International Short Film Festival, ICA London, The Swedish Institute in Paris, and at Arsenal Cinemal in Berlin. Recent projects are the big research project Queer Moving Images at Valand Academy and the film Spermwhore. The film was installed at the Museum of Modern Art in Stockholm throughout the summer 2018 and belongs to their collection now.
Also Linder is a mentor and artist in the Swedish northern project Myter & Verkligheter – En Lesbisk Odyssé. Her new film Kronotorpet – Laisheden is an ongoing project since 2016 with support from The Swedish Filminstitute, Gothenburgh City, The Swedish Arts Grants Committee and Film i Västerbotten.
She has been active in several artists groups; High Heel Sisters, Fylkingen and YES! Association. 2017 she founded SAQMI – The Swedish Archive for Queer Moving Images.

Represented:
Moderna Museet Stockholm
Valand Academy – Queer Moving Images
CFMDC – Canadian Filmmakers Distribution Centre
HEURE EXQUISE! – Centre international pour les arts video
European Capital of Culture Umeå2014 – Words Needed
Arsenal – Institute for Film and Video Art
The Film-Makers’ Cooperative

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