Anders Bigum is a Danish photographer / visual artist, born in Bogotá, Colombia 1979. 
Anders has a lifelong passion for bodylanguage and identity, this has led him to explore and collaborate on a wide range of dance and performance art projects. Anders's artistic work is primarly staged photography, but often within a conceptual frame where photography is mixed with films and installations. Anders is currently working out of Berlin.
Curriculum Vitae
Anders Bigum
Born 1979 in Bogota, Colombia.
Nationality: Danish

1998 – 2001
Den Fri Ungdomsuddannelse – Free Youth Education Programme
Internship Steen Tronsgaard Photography (Copenhagen)
I.D.E.P Escola Superior d'Imatge i Disseny (Barcelona)
Internship Ivo Rovira Photography (Barcelona)


2002 – 2008
Working as a freelance assistant photographer / light designer / digital content operator in advertising and fashion photo and film productions all over the world with
Photographers: Glen Luchford, David Dunan, Ruth Hogben, Klaus Thymann, Daniel Riera, Signe VilHolger Wilde, Erik Almas, Mario Sorrenti and many more.
Production Companys: Widescope Productions, Episode Media, Voodoo Productions, Magna Productions, Dora Joker, European Productions, Rabagast Film, Setup Productions, Insitu Locations & Services, Gerad De Thame Films, Sonda, Vogue IT. 
2008 -
Photographer and Visual Artist

Exhibitions / Collaborations / Film Screenings
2018: “But He Does Not Rule The Heavens”, Voodoo55, Berlin (exhibition)
2017: "The Soldier and Void" Dance and Screen performance at Operatic Mass Actions, Aarhus.
2017: "The Perfect Geek". Video, concept and story development for music/performance at Operatic Mass Actions, Aarhus.
2017: "Anger". Video contribution to the art installation by Vinyl Terror & Horror (Horsens)
2017: "The Way The Dead Love". Video and photographic artwork for music theater by
Luis Aguirre. Aabne Scene, Aarhus.
2017: "Ephemeral" film screening at Fiver Screen Dance Festival, Logroño.
2016: "Desiertos" film screening at Fenomens Festival, Barcelona.
2016: "Tusk – en gade opera". Video and photographic artwork for opera by
Line Tjørnhøj. Aarhus
2016: “The Promised Land”. Video and photographic artwork for installation by Abraham Hurtado, EDOM. Blanca, Murcia.
2016: Artist Residency at “Centro Negra”. Blanca, Murcia
2015: “Versus”. Video installation, 18591km / Muros por el mundo, Berlin. (Group Exhibition)
2015: "Night is also a sun". Video and photographic artwork for site-specific chamber concert by Troels Primdahl. Aarhus Airport.
2015: “DUST – an eating opera”. Video and photographic artwork for opera by Line Tjørnhøj. Katapult, Aarhus.
2014: “Outrance” Short film screening at Boddinale International Movie Festival, Berlin.
2013: “Funk The Buddha". Live Visuals, Berlin. (Event)
2013: “Miss Machine”. Live Visuals, Berlin (Concert)
2012: “Camera Obscura”. AADK Unexpected, Berlin. (Group Exhibition)
2012: “FAKEless”. Video and photographic artwork for installation by Abraham Hurtado.
La Conservera, Ceutí - Murcia
2012: “The Pool”. Live visuals, Barcelona. (Concert)
2011: “The Pool”. Live visuals, Berlin. (Concert)
2011: “Backdoor”. Live visuals, AADK Dissected, Berlin (Group exhibition)
2011: “Untitled 01”. Video installation, AADK Unexpected, Berlin. (Group exhibition)
2010-11 “Welcome To Europe”. Video and photographic artwork for performance by
Abraham Hurtado. Berlin, Gent, Barcelona, Cartagena, Lisbon.
2010: “Mind-Body-Brain". Video and photographic artwork for performance by Abraham Hurtado. Berlin, Barcelona, Tel Aviv, Lisbon.
2010: “Constructing Fear”. Centro Parraga, Murcia. (Group exhibition)
2008: “Bridge On A Wall”. Galerie Tristesse deluxe, Berlin. (Group exhibition)
2007: “I Was There”. Video and photographic artwork for performance by Abraham Hurtado. Mercat Dels Flors, Barcelona.
2002: "La lupa es transparente". Sala Noa, Barcelona Arte Contemporaneo, Barcelona. (Group exhibition)
2000: Photographic Installation, Mecal Short Film Festival, CCCB Barcelona.
1999: Photographic Installation, Mecal Short Film Festival, CCCB Barcelona.
1998: "Move". Tribu Bcn, Barcelona. (Solo exhibition)
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