Born in Barcelona in 1990, Anna Pascó Boltà graduated in Fine Arts at the University of Barcelona and at the Akademie der Bildenden Kunst München with honors. Her transdisciplinary research investigates mechanisms and models for understanding and constructing the idea of life and existence, linking different disciplines of the scientific-technical field with art.
Her works are part of the collection of the Münchner Stadtmuseum, Staff Stiftung and Curt Wills Stiftung and have been exhibited at the Haus der Kunst München, Speculum Artium Festival in Slovenia, the International Symposium of Electronic Art ISEA'22, La Capella Barcelona, Lothringer 13 München, Kunsthalle Kempten or Eingen+Art Lab Berlin.
She has published “Stickers” with Bom Dia Books and did artistic residencies within the programs La Mire (FR), ÉCART (CAN), Malt AiR (DK), Almresidency (DE), the DAAD Graduate Study Residency in Vienna (AT) and Junge Kunst der Alten Hansestadt Lemgo (DE) and upcoming will be part of Lagos Mexico (MX) and Arctic Circle Expedition Program.
She has been funded by the Hans Rudolf Foundation and is a laureate of the Ambartgent'15 (ES), the Windmann Kunstpreis'16 (DE), the XXI Biennal d'art contemporani català (ES), the 15HOCH2 Award (DE), Barcelona Producció'21 (ES), Grant Junge Kunst Neue Wege of the Bavarian Ministry of Science and Art (DE), Grant NEUSTART KULTUR of the BBK (DE), the grant of Stiftungkunstfonds (DE) and the New Media Art Grant of Munic (DE).