Minda Andrén

born in 1990 in Sweden, lives and works in Vienna and is currently studying at the Academy of Fine Arts. 

Referencing stereotypical imagery by isolating and abstracting depictions of everyday objects and influences, her works revolve around binding elements that are contradicting yet dependent on each other, such as destruction and reconstruction, surface and materiality in relation to the body. She engages with painting, video, and installation which represent acts of balance between abstraction and narration.

Andrén is also a part of the collective Stafett, Their ongoing work plays with the idea of a continuous group exhibition, introducing single works that embrace an inevitable blurring of their objects, images or ideas as competing aspects of collaboration and autonomy collide.

Andrén is represented by Zeller Van Almsick in Vienna.