Ann Oren is a visual artist and filmmaker. Her films and video installations explore performative qualities and fantasy in everyday life. The characters in her films exist in the liminal space between performers and audience as she investigates collective desire and legends from the history of literature, theater and cinema.


Her work’s institutional presentations include The Moscow biennial for young art, The Hammer museum, The Tel-Aviv museum, Anthology film archives, Apexart and Kindl - Zentrum für zeitgenössische Kunst. Festival screenings include Rotterdam, BFI London, Slamdance, Oberhausen Kurzfilmtage, Dok Leipzig, Locarno and Ann Arbor. Born in Tel-Aviv (1979), Ann studied Film (BA) and Fine Arts (MA) at the school of visual arts, NY. She lives/works in Berlin.

Contact: studio (at)

Video introduction to the exhibition Passage

Kindl - Zentrum für Zeitgenössische Kunst, Berlin, 2020

Passage - interview

Le polyester  2020


Tagesspiegel 2020

The world is mine - TV interview

Roim Olam  2018

Hatsune Miku: The hologram star who conquered the world

Ha'aretz 2018

The World is Mine: Orbiting a Virtual Star

The arcade project  2018

The world is mine - interview

New horizons film festival 2017

The supreme spasm - Pierrot, and our staging of desire.

Lumi Tan, 2016