Field of Art: Interdisciplinary artist
Anne Katrine Senstad is an interdisciplinary Norwegian artist whose practice lies in the intersections of light sculpture, installation art and immersive environments, photography and video, land and site-specific art. Anne Katrine was raised in Singapore and Norway, today she lives and works between New York and Oslo. Her work is concerned with sensorial aesthetics, transcendental ideas of art and philosophical practice, and social-political awareness. Having studied at the University of California at Berkeley and earning her BFA in Photography from the Parsons School of Design in New York, she went on to study film at the New School for Social Research in New York.
Senstad has created major public art commissions, including, The Eternal, a collaboration with the internationally renowned architecture firm Snøhetta at The Wolfe Center for the Arts. Exhibitions include Radical Light II at Seinajôki Kunsthall, Finland – a 5600 sq ft spatial light sculpture environment with a sound environment by composer JG Thirlwell, in collaboration with Kai Art Center and Arts Promotion Center Finland, 2021. Her video work has also been shown at Centre Pompidou in Paris, Haus Der Kultur Der Welt, Berlin, Museum of Modern Art Ukraine in Kiev, and Eva Peron Museum, Argentina. Anne Karine has also been invited to artist residencies including Edward James Foundation, Las Posas (Mexico), and Abu Dhabi Arthub (UAE). In 2020 Senstad was awarded the prestigious Norwegian Governmental artist grant for 2020-2030 alongside award winning author Karl Ove Knausgård.