ANNA CEEH  is a Russian-born, Vienna-based artist and independent curator who has been working for over 10 years in the international arts scene. Her body of work spans from self-portrait photography to video, electronic music and related applied research. In her most recent work, she takes a refreshing, anarchic approach to high-end inkjet printers. In working with reproductions, she subverts the meaning of the printers, the idea of photocopying and photographic reproduction. “By scanning in a subverted print and then printing it out on a ‘properly’ set up printer, its a sort of ‘cure’ for subversion!“ says English writer, Richard Noyce, of her work.

She is co-founder (with Franz Pomassl) of the sonic research project ⁄S⁄O⁄N⁄I⁄C⁄ ⁄Z⁄O⁄N⁄E⁄S⁄ incl. ZONE Club (former RUS KLUB) series at Vienna Secession (2003-2012) and RADIUS Festival for advanced electronic music and related visual art from Post Soviet Countries at CAT MAK, Vienna. ⁄S⁄O⁄N⁄I⁄C⁄ ⁄Z⁄O⁄N⁄E⁄S⁄ Festivals and Events in Azerbajan, Belarus, Ukraine, Kasachstan, Lituania, Estonia, Russia (incl. Arctis, Siberia, Far East). (Honorary Mention Digital Musics & Sound Art, Ars Electronica 2011)

Solo exhibitions: Charim Galerie (Vienna/ AT), Galerie HIT (Bratislava/ SK), Kunstbunker, Forum für zeitgenössische Kunst (Nürnberg/ DE), NCCA (Moscow/RU). Group exhibitions (selection): 5 th Marrakech Biennale (MA, 2014), MAMassachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art, NY (USA), Russian Museum, St. Petersburg (RU), Lentos Museum, Linz (AT), Kunsthalle Krems (AT), CAT MAK (Vienna),  Kunsthalle Exnergasse (Vienna), ART FORUM BERLIN (DE), Transit (Bratislava/SK), Barents Triennale (Kirkenes/NO, Murmansk/RU), Galerist Galery (Istanbul/TK), ARCO (Madrid/ES), Shinjyuku Ganka Gallery (Tokio/JP), 21er Haus/ Belvedere and Augarten Contemporary (Vienna/AT), Living Art Museum (Reykjavik/ISL), Volkspalast (Berlin/DE).

Since 2015 she is editor  of the Filet Magazine (Belarus).