Anna Cady is an artist who uses film, animation, photography and text in her work. ‘30% (Women and Politics in Sierra Leone)’ in 2012 was her first commissioned film which is now screening at Festivals worldwide. Other artist films she has made include ‘Farms of Innocence’ a stop motion film which screened at Tate Modern in the UK and internationally. ‘Out of Space’ from a project called ‘It Works Both Ways’ was made co-creatively with Louisa Makolski who could not speak or move her body voluntarily has also screened internationally and has been the subject of academic debate. Anna has worked in India, and exhibited nationally and internationally. Currently 16 films are installed at Mottisfont Abbey, (National Trust) after a residency - ‘A Place for Art’.
Anna has a 1st class BA in visual art (Winchester School of Art 94-98) and an MA (Goldsmiths college London 98-2000) annacady.com