ANNA CEEH is a Russian-born, Vienna-based artist and independent curator who has been working for over 15 years in the international arts scene. Her body of work spans from self-portrait photography to video, electronic music and related applied research. In her most recent work, she takes a refreshing, anarchic approach to high-end inkjet printers.
In working with re-productions, she subverts the meaning of the printers, the idea of photocopying and photographic reproduction. “By scanning in a subverted print and then printing it out on a ‘properly’ set up printer, its a sort of ‘cure’ for subversion!“ says English writer, Richard Noyce, of her work.
Since 2012 she has been the co/founder of the Art-Label FXXXi̶s̶m̶ Toshain / Ceeh (Vienna-Sofia - St. Petersburg). The art collective takes a critical stance toward ideologies and is a base for institutional critique activities.