J. Tobias Anderson
J. Tobias Anderson is a Swedish artist and filmmaker, working with found footage and animation. In his video works and animations, Anderson refers to film history and renowned classics, in particular the action and thriller sequences of Alfred Hitchcock. He is best known for the short films 879 (1998), My Name Is Grant (1999), 879 Colour (2002) and Prairie Stop, Highway 41 (2004) - all referring to works by Alfred Hitchcock.
Recent screenings and exhibitions include: Time Line (with Beatrice Crastini, curated by Robert Bogatec), Factory-Art, Berlin (2010); 879 Colour, twochange Showroom, Stockholm (2009); Glimpse, Espiavisor (with Diego del Pozo Barriuso, Susanne Kirkuff and Cecilia Lundqvist), Barcelona (2008); Re-Action (curated by Helena Holmberg), Jönköpings Läns Museum (2006); Video Dia Loghi (curated by Branka Bencic), French Cultural Centre, Turin (2006).
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