In a life made of concrete and blinking advertisement, Anna-Lena Tsutsui identifies the traces of a natural force, in which human action has degenerated. Through her videos, photographs and sculptures she observes the residues of this force in a society that is
ready to transform everything into products. In the form of videos or photographs, the images proposed by the artist are evidence of what we have made of this primordial energy, of its variations and its forms.
She was born 1985 in Mainz, Germany, where she graduated in 2013 as a „Meisterschülerin”of Prof. Dieter Kiessling. In the same year she also graduated of the Ecole Nationale Superieure de Beaux Arts de Paris. After her studies she joined the residency program of SeMA Nanjii in Seoul. AT participated in group shows as VideoZone (Kunsthalle Mainz), Videomedeja, (Museum of Contemporary Art of Vojvodina), 4th Festival for Young Art (Beijing), Circular Hands, Centripetal Eyes (Seoul Museum of Art), GREEN CITY (Ludwiggalerie Schloss Oberhausen) and personal shows as Ménagère, (Kunstverein Schwerin) or Sabine, es
kommt noch schlimmer. (Peng, Mainz).