Anna Ill (Vilanova i la Geltrú, 1990) studied an MA Art and Space at Kingston University in London (2015-17) after studying Textile Art at the Escola Massana in Barcelona, followed by a decoration course at the École Boulle de Paris (Erasmus+ program). In 2015, she was selected for the JCE Biennale 2015-2017 with a traveling exhibition within the European territory, and from where she obtained a residency funded by the Mairie de Montrouge for three months in Paris in 2018. In 2016, she presented her first solo exhibition “Inner” at Gallery Sensei in London. In 2018 he was part of the <35Art Award exhibiting at Sala Parés in Barcelona; and participated in the XXI Biennale of Contemporary Catalan Art, with a traveling exhibition within the Catalan territory; both within the ArtNou 2018 program. In 2019, she held a fully funded residency in Tunisia organized by Jiser; and presented her solo exhibition “Objective Chance” at L&B Gallery Barcelona. In 2020, she received the award Producció d’Obra from the Sala d’Art Jove 2020; and was selected for the Inund’art Festival 2020, where she won the 1st Artpertot Prize with itinerant exhibition in the Balearic Islands, Catalonia and France. In 2021, her video “Losing touch” was selected in the Video Art Ten Little Indians 2021 program organized by MLAC, Sapienza Università di Roma and Khlab (Italy); and participated in the online residency “Into an uncertain present” organized by AllArtNow (Sweden) a traveling exhibition at Platform Center (Winnipeg, Canada 2021), Hangar (Barcelona, 2021), AllArtNow Gallery (Stockholm, 2022), Magmart XIII ( Naples 2023) and the Video Formes Festival (France, 2023). During the summer of 2021, she participated in the In-ruins fully funded residency in Calabria (Italy); and won the 2nd Prize of the Sculpture Prize 2021 of the Fundació Vila Casas (art foundation) with the work “Desaparèixer cap endins”. In 2022, she presented a solo exhibition “Et Elissa devint Didon” at the Centre Cultural la Mercè in Girona with the support of the Fundació Vila Casas and curated by Natàlia Chocarro. Her works are part of the Banc Sabadell collection (2018), at the Vila Casas Foundation (2021) and at the Mairie de Montrouge (Paris, 2018). Recently, she has been selected for the Photography Prize organised by Fundació Vila Casas in 2023. She lives and works between Barcelona and London.