As artist, inventor and thinker, Anna Kubelík collaborates with a wide variety of people from diverse fields and disciplines within the Arts and Sciences, such as dancers, composers, theatre directors as well as scientists and most recently with people from educational, scientific and cultural organisations. Hence it is inherent to her work to range in scale, material and context, however there is always a performative element to be found in her practice.
Studying at Chelsea College of Art & Design Anna Kubelík carried on to finish her Diploma at the Architectural Association, School of Architecture in London/UK. After working as an architect in London and Berlin, she started her own practice.
Based in Berlin, Anna Kubelík works internationally on projects within the fields of Art & Design. She has received numerous awards and scholarships, such as the first prize Blooomaward at the Cologne Art Fair, the National Endowment for the Arts, the New York State Council on the Arts, the Council Fond Berlin for the Arts and Culture and has enjoyed residencies in Europe, Asia and the United States.
Currently she is fellow at the ‘Akademie Schloss Solitude’ as well as the holder of the ‘Rome Prize’ at the Villa Massimo.