January 2 – 30, 2017
Anna Frost (b. 1984) is a curator from Silkeborg, Denmark. She recently relocated from Berlin to Los Angeles to establish a cross disciplinary residency program. She has realized projects and exhibitions at renowned galleries and institutions across Europe and America. As live program coordinator she recently worked with the curatorial team at PRAXES Center For Contemporary Art in Berlin.
Anna Frost is the founding director of the curatorial platform PL·ΛNΞS.sx together with artist and curator Annika Kuhlmann. Ongoing since 2012, she has co-directed the Danish exhibition space and production unit TOVES. She holds a degree in Cultural Studies from Malmö University.
Recent projects include: Choreography For Crane for the 9th Berlin Biennale, IMPRESSIONS, a bi- costal billboard campaign in New York and Los Angeles, PL·ΛNΞS at BFI, Miami, LOVELACE at Import Projects, Berlin, Formation Center at TOVES, Copenhagen and AMICI at S T O R E Contemporary, Dresden. She has contributed to the survey exhibition Europe, Europe at The Astrup Fearnley Museum in Oslo in collaboration with 1857 and developed the exhibition concept for CHROMAY KEY at PSM Gallery with Andreas Schlaegel. Currently she is researching hybrid formats in and around California and will use her time at 18th Street Arts Center to develop an incubator-styled residency.