I hold an MFA in Visual Arts from Hunter College in New York, NY, and an MA in International Relations from University of Chicago, IL. At Hunter, I was awarded the Hunter College Foundation Scholarship for exchange studies at the Slade, London.
Edward Hopper House, New York Center for Book Arts, A.I.R. Gallery, Jamaica Center for Arts & Learning, Bronx Arts Space and Flux Factory.
I've shared my work at the conferences of National Women's Study Association, Open Engagement as well as on NPR, The Brian Lehrer show. To realize my projects, I have received funding from Manhattan Cultural Arts Fund, Queens Arts Council and Norddjurs Kommune (Denmark).
My work is in the collection of Candida Höfer.
May 12th, 2018, 1PM - 4PM
November 16-19, 2017
"What's Next for Women?" March 23, 2017
Sandbox Diptych #6 (for Kayla Santosuosso), 2016
Dec. 18, 2016
November 13, 2016, 9:30 AM
June 4th - July 11th, 2016
organized by Suzanne Broughel and Christopher Hutchinson
"...This year, JamaicaFlux is expanding its focus to emphasize public engagement and contemporary art as a vehicle to examine and discuss solutions to critical issues in the community. The finished multidisciplinary and interactive works will be displayed in storefronts, parks, vacant lots, sidewalks, and other spaces in Jamaica, Queens..."
The Relevance of Asexualities: Debility and Vulnerability
November 7, 7:30PM, 2014
March 5th - 29th, 2014
curated by Mitsu Hadeishi, at Bronx Art Space
The Bronx, NYC
December 10th, 2013 - January 2nd, 2014
Nov. 7-10, 2013
archival inkjet print
July 14th - August 11th, 2013.
curated by Nina Felshin
May 15th - June 21st, 2013
Bay Ridge, Brooklyn
reading: February 15th, 2013
Bronx Art Space, opening November 16th, 2012, curated by Mitsu Hadeishi and Jo Q. Nelson
The Synthetic Zero events are a series of art events focusing on high quality experimental and contemporary work in different media. We don't typically specify a theme in advance for each event but instead work with ideas that emerge from the interaction between the submitted work and curatorial interests. By working this way, the events reflect back the dialogue and practice of artists involved and create evocative encounters for the audience.
Once you nearly complete your round around the space, you come across Anna Lise Jensen’s pieces. A combination of photographs taken in Jamaica, Queens coupled with excerpts of Paul Bowles, a Jamaica native, writing from his time spent in Tangiers. Jensen’s pieces were an inspiring way to end the show. While the other artists provided the public with the different realities of homelessness, she offers ways to deal with urban abandonment and displacement; focusing specifically on Jamaica. By keeping her proposal on a local level, I think Jensen instilled a feeling of community and alliance, a feeling you should walk away with.
April 16th - July 9th, 2012
"Orson Welles' Last Pool," 2011
archival inkjet print
October - November, 2011
May 13th -15th, 2011
May 14 - 17, 2010
February 18, 2010