Anna Kleberg Tham is an artist whose methods range from studio-based projects to experimental investigations and narratives on the borderline between the staged and the documentary. Alongside her artistic practice she initiated the occasional exhibition programme Kamarade in 2010 and is one half of photographer alias Erna Klewall together with Erika Wall.
Much of Anna Kleberg Tham’s work revolves around existential questions. She is interested in how physical environments are shaped by culture and how we understand and interpret our surroundings according to our background, ideology, culture and experiences. Her work deals with notions of affection, utopia, psychological distress, nonsense, control, issues of scale and the nature of our perceptions.
Exhibitions include Athens Biennale, Sharjah International Biennial, Contemporary Art Center of Thessaloniki, Uppsala Art Museum, Kulturhuset/Stockholm House of Culture, Malmö Art Museum, Andréhn-Schiptjenko, Stockholm, Galerie Ilka Bree, Bordeaux.