Upcoming show in LA and artist in residence in Cesis, Latvia

The Boss, 2016, collage on paper, 43 x 49 cm

The Boss, 2016, collage on paper, 43 x 49 cm

Rydh / Sörenson are proud to announce our upcoming show in Los Angels with Ed Varie, the 12th of January in Los Angeles!

We are also thrilled to be selected artists in residences at RUCKA, in Cesis, Latvia for the month of May!

Apocalypse, 2016, collage on paper, 56 x 42,5 cm

Apocalypse, 2016, collage on paper, 56 x 42,5 cm

The Sculpture Parc, 2016, collage on paper, 52 x 58 cm

The Sculpture Parc, 2016, collage on paper, 52 x 58 cm

Afternoons, 2016, collage on paper, 70 x 50 cm

Afternoons, 2016, collage on paper, 70 x 50 cm

New collage by Rydh/ Sörenson


Apple tree, 2016 Collage on paper, 129 x 97 cm

We are so proud to present a whole new collection of collage works! Follow us by subscribing to our newsletter and like our artist pages Anna and Daniel at Facebook!

Beginning of Time, 2016, Collage on paper, 53 x 50 cm

The Beginning of Time, 2016, Collage on paper, 53 x 50 cm

New Environmental Ephemerals from the Faroe Islands


Unspecified Floating Object, no 4, Tjørnuvik, 2016. Photo documentation of Environmental Ephemerals.

We create temporary installation in nature, a project we call ”Environmental Ephemerals”, as well as permanent installation both in commercial venues and public spaces. We seek out places that we want to explore, landscapes that holds an intriguing history and critical environment to develop our work. Our latest work where created in the Faroe Islands and if you want to see more about this project you find it in our drop down menu, or just email us!

Rydh /Sörenson in the Faroe Islands

rydh_sorenson_faroe islandsRydh/ Sörenson are visiting the beautiful Faroe Islands. We will be here for almost a month, filming, photographing and creating new artwork. We are located in Tjørnuvík, a very special bay with a village of only 50 inhabitants. The bay is surrounded by mountains, steep and lush with small waterfalls all over.  We have been climbing and walking up and down the mountains. We have found magical rocks, seen amazing, and terrifying clouds, been attached by seagulls and had multiple cases of vertigo, still so happy to be here, one of the most breathtaking places on earth.

We are also proud to announce that we will exhibit at the Nordic House in Tórshavn in September, 2017.

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White Ballon, Faroe Islands, 2016. Documentation of Environmental Ephemerals.


Holographic Waterfall, Faroe Islands, 2016. Documentation of Environmental Ephemerals.


Study for Environmental Ephemerals.


Study for Environmental Ephemerals.


Study for Environmental Ephemerals.


Study for Environmental Ephemerals.


Study for Environmental Ephemerals.

I See Water

filmnewyorkLike explorers in the past, looking through their binoculars to discover new land, we composed our video “I See Water” to mimic the look of the two binocular peepholes. What does it mean to be a traveling artist and what is a traveling artist looking for?

Generations of artist before us that have traveled and studied their environment by painting it, drawing it and photograph it, to understand the where in the world we are, describing what they see and feel. A complicated task where the artist sometimes takes the role of an outsider or even worse; a colonial explorer calming what he see as his discovery.

When Rydh/Sörenson travels, we dwell in the landscape we are in; we talk about what we see, then, we look again. How can we really understand where we are? What are the specifics of this site, if we as artists work site specific?

The right part of the video is filmed in Washington State and the left part in Idaho during our travels in the USA.

”I See Water” was first showed at Beverly’s New York, curated by Ed Varie, as a one night only event during NADA artfair.

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View our exhibition ”Float” on video!

Rydh/ Sörenon are proud to announce that our exhibition”Float” is captured on film by the talented videographer Joshua Thomas, JayNW productions!

”Float” is a collaboration between Laboratory Artists-in-Residence Daniel Rydh and Anna Sörenson and Saranac artist Kurt Madison. The exhibition is on display at Saranac Art Projects, Spokane, WA, USA, during the month of April, 2016.

Pink Shift, Mount Spokane a new Environmental Ephemeral by Rydh/Sörenson

Pink Shift, Mount Spokane, 2016. Documentation of Environmental Ephemerals.

Pink Shift, Mount Spokane, 2016. Documentation of Environmental Ephemerals.

Here are Daniel Rydh and I out exploring Spokane and our delightful surroundings. We will be  artist and residents at Laboratory until the end of the month. It’s wonderful to be out in a new area and experiment with new work. We created  a new piece in our series ”Environmental Ephemerals” on Mount Spokane, this one called ”Pink Shift, Mount Spokane”.  We are proud to announce that we’ll be on local radio on Thursday, and this weekend we are going to Seattle!

Opening of ”Float”, Friday April 1st, 5-9pm at the Saranac Art Projects


Float Saranac_posterNew Work by Laboratory Artists-in-Residence Anna Sörenson and Daniel Rydh and Saranac Art Projects member Kurt Madison.

We invite you to come this April to the Saranc Art Projects to play with light, shadow, and color, as Laboratory artists-in-residence Anna Sörenson and Daniel Rydh partner with member Kurt Madison to create an immersive installation showering our space with a jubilant spectrum of reflections and refractions. An interactive piece, we encourage you to come and work with the piece and the artists, and explore how light and color can envelop, attack, and shape a space.

Laboratory Spokane


Rydh/ Sörenson experimenting in our studio at Laboratory, Spokane.

We are currently in Laboratory residency in Spokane, WA working on new pieces for our upcoming show together with local artist Kurt Madison. Spokane is a beautiful city and Alan Chatham, director of the program has introduced us to many great artists and cultural profiles. We hope that as many as possible can make it to our show at the Saranac Art Projects opening Friday, Aril 1st.