Dana Sederowsky

Swedish, 1975–present

Sederowsky works with video performance and photography. The artist explores various dimensions of the human condition, often with a tinge of the absurd. Focusing on human psychology, the use of language, and the apparent meaninglessness of life, she employs repetition and repeated motifs as her means of expression and method. Sederowsky’s art is always meticulously planned and controlled by a conceptual system of regulations. She carries out her tasks solely on her own, autonomously active both in front of and behind the camera.

Sederowsky received a BFA in photography from the Högskolan för Fotografi in Gothenburg, in 1999 and an MFA from the Valand Academy of Arts, in 2006. She has exhibited nationally in solo exhibitions, for example at the Dunkers kulturhus in Helsingborg, Hasselblad Center in Gothenburg,  Fotografiska Stockholm, and Göteborgs Konsthall, as well as internationally in numerous group exhibitions.

In 2004 Sederowsky received a stipend from the Hasselblad Foundation to Villa San Michele on Capri, Italy.