Anne Low is based in Vancouver. Solo exhibitions include Some Rugs and Blankets, The Taut and the Tame, Berlin (2012) and Women’s Assembly: Two Scenes from a Radio Play, Hex Projects, London (2008). Her collaboration with Evan Calder Williams, A Fine Line of Deviation, was shown at Issue Project Room, New York in 2016. Recent and forthcoming group exhibitions include Dream Islands, Nanaimo Art Gallery (2017); Separation Penetrates, Mercer Union (2017); Ambivalent Pleasures, Vancouver Art Gallery (2016) and Reading the Line, The Western Front, Vancouver (2015). Her ongoing project with Derya Akay, Elaine, has hosted events at Haunt, Vancouver and the Vancouver Art Gallery. She has collaborated with The Grantchester Pottery as part of The Grantchester Pottery Paints the Stage, Jerwood Space, London, 2015; ARTIST DECORATORS, ICA, London, 2013 and Studio Wares, David Dale Gallery, Glasgow, 2013. Her weavings made in collaboration with Gareth Moore were shown as part of his work A place, near the buried canal for dOCUMENTA 13, Kassel, 2012. In 2016, Low and Moore co-curated the exhibition Kitchen Midden, which included artworks, objects and artifacts from the collections of 87 artists.