Dana Sederowsky works with video performance, photography and text. She explores various dimensions of the human condition, often with a tinge of the absurd. Focusing on human psychology, the use of language/text and the apparent meaninglessness of life, she employs repetition and repeated motifs as her means of expression and method.
Dana Sederowsky (b. 1975) lives in Malmö, Sweden. She graduated in 1999 from Högskolan för Fotografi & Film (BFA) and 2006 from Valand Academy of Art (MFA) at Gothenburg University, Sweden. Her work has been shown in Sweden in solo exhibitions at Dunkers kulturhus, Hasselblad Center, Fotografiska, and Göteborgs Konsthall to name a few, as well as internationally in numerous group exhibitions and screenings since the mid 1990s. Her work is also included in several collections. In 2022 Sederowsky published her first book: Separat, in English translation. Solo. A hybrid between art work and novel through Art & Theory publishing.