In her artistic work, Anna Ehrenstein (born 1993 in Germany) is particularly interested in the relationship between „man“ and „object“ in the digital age: How do values change? Who has influence? What role do selfies play? Having grown up between Albania and Germany, realities and reflections around migration-related material culture and diasporic narratives run like a thread through her work. Ehrenstein therefore often engages with the intersection of technology and migration. Whether lens- based media, installations, social moments, sculptures, prints, or writings, Ehrenstein’s artistic practice is diverse and, above all, transdisciplinary. – Office Impart

Anna Ehrenstein studied photography and media art at the University of Applied Sciences and Arts Dortmund as well as a postgraduate program in media art at the Academy of Media Arts with Mischa Kuball and Julia Scher. Her work has been featured in international group exhibitions such as the Situations format of Fotomuseum Winterthur, CH (2019) the photo festival Les Rencontres d’Arles (2018) and the Triennale für Fotografie in Hamburg (2018). In 2020 Ehrenstein was awarded the C/O Berlin Talent Award, which was associated with her first institutional solo exhibition. Anna Ehrenstein lives in Berlin, Cologne and Tirana.

Anna Ehrenstein: Tools for Conviviality, Franceline II, 2019. Courtesy of the artist.