Anna Bunting-Branch (born 1987, Cambridge, UK) is an artist and researcher based in London. Recent solo presentations include Warm Worlds and Otherwise, QUAD, Derby (2020) and Wysing Arts Centre, Cambridge (2018), and The Labours of Barren House, Jerwood Space, London (2017).
Selected group presentations and events include Soft Bodies, Castlefield Gallery, Manchester (2020); Crepuscolo (DUSK) (2020), Bastione Sangallo, Loreto; you feel me_, FACT, Liverpool (2019); All His Ghosts Must Do My Bidding, Wysing Arts Centre, Cambridge (2019); La Nit del Cos, Bombon Projects, Barcelona (2019); Waking the Witch: Old Ways, New Rites, UK venues (2018-2019); Landscapes of the Future, Helsinki Contemporary (2018); POEKHALI!, Bergen Kunsthall (2018); Hauntopia/What If?, The Research Pavilion, Venice (2017); I AM SF,CCA Derry~Londonderry (2017); Witchy Methodologies, ICA, London (2017).
Her published work includes Fandom as Methodology, Goldsmiths Press (2019); ‘More generous and more suspicious’—Feminist SF as a worldbuilding practice, MAP Magazine (2018); figure, feels,fantom, ArtLicks, Issue 22 (2018). Anna is currently undertaking a practice-related PhD at Slade School of Fine Art, UCL, supported by the AHRC London Arts & Humanities Partnership. In 2019 she was awarded an Arts Council England Project Grant. Moving between different practices–including painting, writing and animation–her work explores science fiction as a methodology to re-vision feminist practice and its histories. www.annabuntingbranch.com