Ann Hirsch (b. 1986, USA) is a video and performance artist based in New York. She graduated from Syracuse University, New York in 2010 in MFA Art Video and Washington University, St. Louis in 2007 in BFA Sculpture. Hirsch examines the influence of technology on popular culture and gender. Her immersive research has included becoming a YouTube ‘cam-whore’ with over two million video views and an appearance as a contestant on Frank the Entertainer...In a Basement Affair on Vh1. She was awarded a Rhizome commission for her two-person play Playground (2013) which debuted at the New Museum, New York and was premiered by South London Gallery at Goldsmiths College, London. The companion e-book Twelve (2013) is available through Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery, New York after being censored from the iTunes Store. Hirsch has been an artist in residence at Yaddo, Saratoga Springs, Atlantic Center for the Arts, Florida, and Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, New York. She is represented by American Medium, New York. She is currently in a group show at Vilma Gold, London.
Last updated: 05.03.2015