Anna Bromley

Newly conceived 1971, DE
Detail from Transistorradiosargverstaerker, 2020. © Anna Bromley, Photo © Sandy Volz
Footnote from the series: Laugh of the Hyposubject Collaboration with Brandon LaBelle, 2017. © Anna Bromley / Savvy Contemporary, Photo © Sandy Volz

Through process-based, hybrid methods including recording oral histories, modifying found sounds, re-enacting protest speeches retrieved from various archives, Anna Bromley examines representational modes of speaking and talking. Her installation work links drawings, photographs, and essays, intertwining them with public readings and audio pieces.

Born in 1971 on the periphery of East Berlin, Bromley completed a double major in political science at the Humboldt University in Berlin and art at the Universities of Fine Arts in Bremen and Hamburg. Her works have been shown most recently at beuys2021 | beuysradio, Academy of the Arts of the World Cologne, documenta14 in Kassel, the Architecture Biennale in Tbilisi, and Bärenzwin-ger, nGbK, HKW, and SAVVY Contemporary, all in Berlin.

She co-edited the anthologies Glossar in-flationärer Begriffe (Glossary of Inflationary Terms, nGbK, Berlin 2013, Goethe-Institut Mexico City 2014) and Jokebook (nGbK, Berlin 2015).


Artistic Intervention

Artistic Intervention – Anna Bromley

22.07 → 30.10.2022 12.00-00.00
Centre for Narrative Practice



Shake the syntax! A tale of borrowed voices – Performative Reading by Anna Bromley

23.07.2022 16.00-17.00
National Gallery of Kosovo


Assembling voices, podcast workshop with Anna Bromley

30 → 31.07.2022 11.00-15.00
Centre for Narrative Practice