Annika Eriksson, a Swedish-born video artist and photographer, has lived in Berlin since 2002. Her work questions the perception of time, power structures and outdated visions of society. A frequent starting point is the debate about public space and the structures that regulate it. Her recent solo exhibitions and commissioned works include Shelter, The Holding Environment (Bonner Kunstverein, 2021), ANIMAL (Tate Liverpool, 2019), Cat Portrait and Other Works (Kunsthall Oslo, 2018), The Social (Moderna Museet Malmö, 2017), In Preparation for a Psychodrama (Public Art Agency Stockholm, 2015), and I am the dog that was always here (loop) (13th Istanbul Biennale, 2013). Group exhibitions in which she has participated include A Hypothetical Show for a Closed Museum (M Woods Museum, Beijing, 2020), Survival Kit (Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art, Riga, 2017), Future Light (Vienna Biennale, 2015), and Menagerie (Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne, 2014). She has been a professor at Umeå Academy of Fine Arts in Sweden since 2020.
Annika Eriksson was a resident at Tarabya Cultural Academy from October 2012 to July 2013.