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Anni Kruus


Born in Helsinki, Finland. Based in Brighton, UK.


Anni Kruus combines video, dance, installation and sculpture in her digital art practice. Her work explores the reciprocal relationships between body and space, and how each is affected by the other in the process of movement. She invites the viewer to question defined boundaries between known entities - human and nature; physical and mental; inside and outside.

Anni has been awarded a Master of Arts in Fine Art at Central Saint Martins in London, and a Bachelor of Arts in Photographic Art at the University of South Wales in Newport, Wales.

Curriculum vitae​


May 2021

A Similar Situation


September 2020

A Similar Situation



October 2019 - March 2021

Video Art Installation

Finnish Music Hall of Fame, Helsinki, Finland

Exhibitions & Festivals

2019 - STAGED, Tate Modern, London, UK

2019 - Displaced, Galerie 102, Berlin, Germany

2019 - Raag Darbari, Artnight LDN, London

2019 - Humming out of tune, LUX, London

2019 - Taking Shape,  CSM, London

2019 - Stages of Life, Harrow Arts Centre, London.

2018 - Postgraduate Art Auction, Lethaby Gallery, CSM

2018 - Je Manje Orange, Chelsea College of Art, London.

2018 - Appetite, Apiary Studios, London.

2018 - Tate Exchange, Tate Modern, London.

2014 - 'VIDEOHOLICA', Varna, Bulgaria.

2014 - Leaving the Building, University of South Wales, Newport

2014 - Nuori Taide 2014 (Young Art 2014), Helsinki, Finland.




2019 - Galerie 102, Berlin, Germany


2015 - The Exposure Award: Dreamers' Collection, Art Takes Miami

2014 - Leaving the Building, University of South Wales

2013 - re:Frame, Torfaen County Council



Master of Fine Art, Central St Martins, UAL


2011 - 2014

Bachelor of Art in Photographic Art, University of South Wales

Awards - Shortlisted

2014 The Aesthetica Short Film Festival

Aesthetica Magazine


2014 ‘VIDEOHOLICA’ International Video Art Festival

Varna, Bulgaria


2014 The Chelsea and Westminster Bursary

Willis Newson


2014 The Photographic Angle Bursary Award

University of South Wales

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