Born 1980 in Lucerne/Switzerland.
Anna Kubelík grew up in Ithaca, NY/USA and Vienna/Austria. She studied at Chelsea College of Art and Design at the University of Arts London, Great Britain before she graduated from the Architectural Association, School of Architecture London in 2004. After working as an architect in London and Berlin/Germany for some years, she has been gaining more and more experience in the field of performing arts. In 2009 she attended the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts, London. Anna Kubelík is a guest lecturer and critic at Chelsea College of Art & Design since 2012 and has been giving lectures throughout Germany, like the Hochschule für Gestaltung in Schwäbisch Gmünd and Hochschule Rosenheim, University of applied sciences.
Her performative installations have been shown in various contexts such as music festivals, concerts, theatrical performances or exhibitions. For example the installation and direction of How Long is Now with Malin Bång at Ultraschall Festival Berlin (2014), Spielwerk with Ondřej Adámek at the Akademie der Künste Berlin (2011–2012) and Movigami in Fremde Orte at Radialsystem V, Berlin (2009).
In 2010 her interdisciplinary work was awarded with the first prize at Art.Fair in Cologne/Germany. Fundings, scholarships and residencies allow her to develop her own ideas as well as interdisciplinary projects further. Most recently she was a stipend at Schloss Werdenberg, Switzerland, where she showed an acoustic installation amongst other projects as part of an exhibition for the art and music festival Schlossmediale 2015. After her residency at Akademie Schloss Solitude she will be travelling on to Rome/Italy for the Villa Massimo scholarship.