Anna Madeleine is an emerging artist from Canberra, Australia, working in experimental animation, mixed media and installation. She is currently a visiting artist in Animation at USC.
Through explorations of time and mapping, her art practice aims to create poetic interpretations of scientific data, networks and infrastructure that underpin contemporary culture.
While at USC Anna is working on a series of hand-drawn, animated MRI and CT scans through a collaboration with the Australian National University Medical School, as well as creating new animations based on her time in LA. She is interested in experimenting with new 2D animation techniques, as well as new ways of presenting animation in multi-channel installations.
Anna completed a PhD in Media Arts in 2014 at UNSW Art and Design in 2014, and a Bachelor of Visual Arts (Honours) at ANU School of Art in 2007. She has had solo exhibitions at CHASM Gallery (New York), MILS Gallery, Paper Plane Gallery, 107 Projects (Sydney), Brunswick St Gallery (Melbourne) and Canberra Contemporary Art Space. In 2016 she was selected for the SafARI 2016 emerging arts festival, the Churchie National Emerging Art Prize, and the ANU Vice Chancellor’s College Visiting Artist Fellowship scheme, and was a recipient of a Project Funding grant from Arts ACT. She is currently a studio artist at ANCA, Canberra.