Anna Selezneva is an artist. She received an education in economics and finance, graduated of The Rodchenko Art School (Contemporary photography and visual culture, Architecture in the mirror of photography) and Institute of visual arts.
In her projects, she works with themes of space - the space of cities and settlements, the space of objects, buildings and structures, the space of family stories, and also reflects on the phenomenon of the nonlinearity of time associated with the influence of our own memory and experience on its perception.
The artist's first project, created while studying at the Rodchenko Art School, is a reflection on the space of the small Russian town where she grew up, a reflection on the surface changes that occur in time, which in their essence are not changes.
She is currently working with mixed media, using photographs, collages, found objects and her own body in her work. He also uses walking art in her art practice.
Lives and works in Moscow, Russia.