Hannah Toticki Anbert graduated from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in 2016. She works with sculptures, performance art and installation. Anbert is interested in dry topics such as economics, debt and working life, she deals with these issues with equal parts humour and seriousness. She draws on the language of fashion, theatre and pop music, creating absurd and theatrical scenarios. Recent projects include the solo exhibition ”Slower and Cheaper” at the Overgaden Institute for Contemporary Art (2018), as well as the performance piece “The Land and Milk and Honey” performed at KW in Berlin (2019). In 2019, Anbert will participate in “Young Danish Art – community projections” at ARKEN as well as presenting a new solo exhibition at Holstebro Art Museum. Anbert has received the European Start Point Prize (2016), Carl Nielsen and Anne Marie Carl-Nielsen’s Talent Scholarship (2018) and Astrid Noack’s Scholarship (2019).