Arts meets science
Anne Lindberg makes sculpture and drawings that tap a non-verbal physiological landscape of body and space, provoking emotional, visceral and perceptual responses.
Anne Lindberg uses cotton threads for making her installations. She manipulates yarn that is hundreds of millimetres thick in order to create a three-dimensional volume that is affixed to architecture.
“I've come to understand my work as a kind of self-portraiture. Within the quiet reserve and formal abstraction is a strong impulse to speak from a deep place within myself about that which is private, vulnerable, fragile, and perceptive to the human condition. My work is a mirror of how I experience this life.”