Anna Hrund Másdóttir was born 1981 in Reykjavík, Iceland and completed a bachelors degree in mathematics before graduating from the Fine Art department of the Iceland Academy of the Arts in 2010.
Trying to make sense of it all through shapes, colors and endless repetitions, hunting for wasted miracles and hoping for the best, she transforms common material into sculptural paintings. Along with her personal artwork she has done collaborative performances and various projects, for instance establishing a temporary school that focused on sensory experiences and intuitional learning, having a weeklong sleepover at MoMA PS1′s Colony and fortune-telling in the Calfornian desert. Alongside her artistic practice she teaches art and math, and runs the artist run gallery Kling & Bang.
untitled found sculpture
earplugs (for Roni Horn)