Anna Škodenko is a multidisciplinary artist, whose work is characterised by a lyrical and analytical approach to her medium and visual image. The format of the work depends on the conceptual frame, which she creates through textual writing and which is conditioned by a specific place, context and theme. Škodenko has a special focus on literature and the philosophy of language in her work.
A. Škodenko (1986) graduated from the painting department at the Estonian Academy of Arts (2009), complementing her studies at Chelsea College of Art in England and later in the Institute of Contemporary Art in Moscow. In 2017 Škodenko obtained a master's diploma from Glasgow School of Arts. She has been awarded with the Eduard Wiiralt Prize (2016) and Köler Prize grand prix (2018).
Residency supported by Center for Contemporary Arts Estonia (CCA)