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Annika Sellik is Oslo based visual artist. She is mainly working with reflections on sound in a form of installation using traditional craft practices along with solutions involving electronics and programming, her practice is varied and socially alert based on speculative research and perception, asking critical questions on norms of perceiving and understanding of borders and values in an approach of community building.
As consciously using slow processes and looking for sustainable solutions, such as traditional woodworking, string instrument building, making salt from local sea water by using sunlight, collecting berries for pigments, herbs for local community etc - radical care taking becomes an act providing mental space to observe, reflect and to honour the materials and to question her own thoughts and presence

in contemporary context and in community building.
Her practice often manifests in transformations or reflections of spaces and spheres rather than using space as a context to show her work.




Myntgata 2, 0151 Oslo



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Contemporary Art, MA, 2022, Kunstakademiet i Tromsø, Arctic University of Norway, (UiT)
French Language and Literature (minors in Classics and Russian Language and Literature), BA, University of Tartu, Estonia (graduating as an extern in spring 2024)                          

Textile Design, BA, 2018, Estonian Academy of Arts

ERASMUS exchange program, Kunsthøgskolen i Bergen (KHIB)

SÍM Residency, Seljavegur, Reykjavik, Iceland, May 2024                                                                                 

SÍM Residency, Korpúlfsstaðir, Iceland, July 2023



February 2026 soft_garden, solo exhibition, Gallery Blaker Skanse, Blaker, Norway
2023 soft_garden, K-U-K Popopp, Trondheim, Norway
2021 Tomorrow, the after, strawberry mountains forever., Gallery Blunk, Trondheim, Norway
2021 Tomorrow, the after, strawberry mountains forever. A heartbeat., Mack Øst old brewery, Tromsø, Norway



July 2024 Look Into My Ice, Group exhibition, in the framework of European Capital of Culture in Tartu city 2024's program Arts of Survival, Tartu Art House, Tartu, Estonia
2023 Open Space, SÍM Barn Exhibition Hall, Korpúlfsstaðir, Iceland
2022 I was listening to you, Tromsø Art Association, Tromsø, Norway
2021 Young Arctic Artists 2021 – KAMPPAILU / FIGHT, Alta Art Association, Alta, Norway
2021 Young Arctic Artist 2021 – KAMPPAILU / FIGHT, Gallery Napa, Rovaniemi, Finland
2021 Art for PustUka, Tromsø Port Terminal, Tromsø, Norway
2020 Unearthed Poles, Grønnegata 3, Tromsø, Norway


July 2024 Taking Care, on collecting, preserving and using herbs in a sustainable practice, in the framework of European Capital of Culture in Tartu city 2024's program Arts of Survival, Ice Age Centre, Äksi, Tartumaa, Estonia

2022 En Météo du Sens (Sellik, A. En Météo du Sens, ISBN 978-82-303-50501-5), texts and poetry                                                           

2020 Tuultest Tuba (Sellik, A. Tuultest Tuba, ISBN 978-9949-81-550-0), poetry



2024 Mobility Grant, Culture Moves Europe, Goethe Institute
2023 Tillskud, Kulturradet
2022 Statens Kunstnerstipend, Kulturradet
2021 Study scholarship, Estonian Cultural Endowment

2020 Study scholarship, Estonian Cultural Endowment                                                                                                               

2019 Publication scholarship, Estonian Cultural Endowment


2022 A vibrant space shaped by sensations, Gudd, L., Hakapik

2021 Kamppailua Pohjasen kielillä, Korteniemi, S. E., Kaltio

2021 Puhu, tuul, ja tõuka poeeti, Linno, S. L., Värske Rõhk

2021 Eesti keelne luule 2020, Pilv, A., Looming 2021

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