Anna Berry is a UK artist, most known for creating socially- and politically-conscious pieces, creating large installations, and often working with paper.
More broadly, Anna's work is often concerned with the way cognition shapes reality, and hence how reality differs from what we perceive. This includes toying with politically-charged cultural notions like gender, race, nationality, and religion.
Anna's interest stems from living with a brain that works a little differently, which means she 'quite literally inhabits a parallel world to the rest of humanity.' This different and very particular perspective leads to work that probes and undermines the fabric of reality. Much of her work also relates to outsiderness, the marginalised voice, and disenfranchisement (political and otherwise).