We have worked as an artist duo since 2014. We build site-specific installations centered on nature and architecture. We both create temporary installation in nature, a project we call ”Environmental Ephemerals”, and permanent installation both in commercial venues and public spaces. As artists we work site specific, looking for the characteristics of the milieu we are in, pursuing a method of aesthetic anthropology.
Daniel studied fine art at Hogeschool voor de Kunsten in Utrecht in The Netherlands and pedagogy at Umeå University in Sweden. Anna received her BFA from Umeå Art Academy and MFA from Pratt Institute, New York supported by her Fulbright Scholarship. In 2014 she graduated from a.pass, a yearlong post-master program in performance art in Brussels, Belgium.
Rydh /Sörenson have been invited artists-in-residence in Bains Connective, Bryssel, Belgium, Laboratory Spokane, USA and Tjørnuvík Artist House in Faroe Islands. We have been exhibited in Ten Weyngaert, the gallery space in Commune de Forest’s culture center in Brussels, Saranac Art Projects in Spokane including a public installation for Window Dressing, Spokane. We have also showed our work with Ed Varie in New York, USA, during NADA art fair.
We are proud to announce our upcoming show in Los Angeles with Ed Varie, January 2017 and first museum exhibition at The Nordic House, Faroe Islands, February 2017.
2017- The Nordic House, Faroe Islands, Denmark
2017- Ed Varie, Los Angeles, USA
2016- I See Water, Ed Varie, New York, USA
2016- Float, part III, Window dressing, Spokane Falls Boulevard, USA
2016 –Float, Saranac Art Projects, Spokane, USA
2015 – Dichroic Ripple ,Ten Weyngaert, Brussels, Belgium
2016- Tjørnuvík Artist House, Faroe Island, Denmark
2016- Laboratory Spokane, Spokane, USA
2015- Bain Connective, Brussels