ANNA ANDEREGG is a Swiss choreographer. She studied dance in Bern, Montpellier and Berlin. Her practice is built on the dialogue between the human body and its environment.

In 2013 she won the JUNE JOHNSON DANCEPRICE (Swiss dance awards) and the award KULTUR- UND KREATIVPILOTEN DEUTSCHLAND from the Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology. In 2016, she was the recipient of a six-month research fellowship in New York. In 2021 her piece SILVER BOOM received the TRUDY SCHLATTER award and her work ALONE TOGETHER won a nomination for the S+T+ARTS PRIZE of the prestigious media art festival ARS ELECTRONICA.

Her work has been shown in various cities in Europe, Asia and the US. In 2018, ANDEREGG created the commissioned work FRAGMENTED for the GARAGE MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART in Moscow designed by Rem Koolhaas. Between 2017 and 2019, Anderegg taught as a guest lecturer at the University of Applied Sciences Northwestern Switzerland Basel‘s INSTITUTE OF AESTHETIC PRACTICE AND THEORY.

In 2021 ANDEREGG was commissioned to design the Swiss Pavilion at the GWANGJU BIENNALE (South Korea), for which occasion she produced the performance ALONE TOGETHER and the short film by the same name. In September 2023 ANDEREGG will present ALONE TOGETHER and her upcoming solo HOPE/ME during the FRIEZE artfair at the SONG-EUN Museum, the first architecture built by HERZOG & DE MEURON in Korea.

The artist formerly worked under the name ASPHALT PILOTEN today she works under her name ANNA ANDEREGG.



photo: Julija Goyd



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