Anne Lacheiner-Kuhn is a Namibian artist based in London who’s multidisciplinary practice has incorporated collage, video, photography, installation and sculpture.
Her practise is focused on appropriation, remixing, recycling and sampling to creative narratives that explore memory, sexuality and identity.
“This recycling of sound, images, and forms implies incessant navigation within the meanderings of cultural history, navigation which itself becomes the subject of artistic practice.” (Bourriaud, 2002)
She has widely exhibited internationally including in US, UK, Spain, Italy and South Africa. Most recently she has show her work at The Other Art Fair London (March 2017) and a solo show at the Omba Gallery in Windhoek, Namibia (October 2016). To view a full exhibition list here
Anne has also been shortlisted for the Clifford Chance Sculpture award as well as the SASOL New Signatures award. Her work also forms part of the collection at the Department of Science and Technology, Pretoria, South Africa as well as various private international collectors across Europe, Africa and the Middle East.
She has collaborated with The Agency Gallery director Bea de Sousa for the Theresa Hak Kyung Cha ( 1951-82): a portrait in fragments show at the KCC London.
From 2011-2016 she taught across the University of Art London both in digital media and 3D/Sculpture and was predominantly based at Central Saint Martins. Prior to to that Anne worked in Film and Television on both national and international projects.
Clients have included: Universal Pictures Int., Sony Pictures Classics, 20th Century Fox, Working Title, BBC, History Channel, Sky1, ITV, Pulse Films and The British Museum amongst others.
She has a keen interest in Documentary Photography and Contemporary African Art.