Anna Ridler is an artist and researcher who lives and works in London. She has degrees from the Royal College of Art, Oxford University, University of Arts London and has a fellowship at the Creative Computing Institute at UAL.

Ridler has shown work at a variety of cultural institutions and galleries including the Barbican, HeK Basel, Ars Electronica, Sheffield Documentary Festival, Leverhulme Centre for Future Intelligence, Tate Modern and the V&A. She was a European Union EMAP fellow and the winner of the 2018-2019 Dare Art Prize. She has been commissioned by Salford University, the Photographers Gallery, Opera North, Live Cinema UK and Impakt Festival to create works. She was listed by Artnet as one of nine “pioneering artists” exploring AI’s creative potential and received an honorary mention in the 2019 Ars Electronica Golden Nica award for the category AI & Life Art.

She is currently nominated for a “Design of the Year” award by the Design Museum for her work on datasets and categorisation. She is interested in working with collections of information or data, particularly self-generated data sets, to create new and unusual narratives in a variety of mediums.


2020 Laws of Order and Form Photographers Gallery, London, UK
2020 Tulips Aksioma, Ljubljana, Slovenia
2019 Dreaming, Automated Robert L. Ringel Gallery Perdue Univeristy, USA
2019 Cryptobloom Espacio E+T Foundation Telefonica, Mexico CIty, Mexico
2018 Traces of Things Blitz Gallery, Valetta