Everyone knows that masks do not have the ability to move. But when a mask is set in front of a face and the body begins to move, we read the body language and somehow begin to think that the mask changes its expression. This illusion fascinates artist Anna Segerbrant. she becomes curious what the mask says to those who see it.
Anna draws much inspiration from the animal world. Playing with masks and humanising animals opens the doors to the imagination.
"I chose masks as it combined a lot of everything that I wanted to do" says Anna . "I wanted to be on stage, I wanted to dance, play theater and music as well as keep up with the circus. In addition there was a great desire to create visual art. With the mask gets all these things within a single framework."