Anicka creates art at the intersection of art and science. Her work delves into the intricate relationships between humans, animals, plants, and machines, challenging conventional categories and blurring the lines to create a more nuanced understanding of our place within the natural world.
One of the hallmarks of Anicka’s artistic practice is her collaboration with researchers, a multidisciplinary approach that brings together diverse perspectives and expertise. Through these partnerships, she makes art that is inherently political, shedding light on pressing social and environmental issues. Anicka's installations are immersive and thought-provoking; they encourage viewers to reflect on the intricacies of human psychology and the functioning of society.
Anicka's talent and innovation have been recognized and celebrated worldwide. She has held numerous solo exhibitions at prestigious institutions, including Pirelli HangarBicocca in Milan, Tate Modern in London, and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York. Her participation in group exhibitions can be seen at the Museum of Modern Art in New York and the Fondation Louis Vuitton in Paris In 2016, Anicka received the highly esteemed Hugo Boss Prize, a testament to the power and singularity of her experimental body of work. Her art has been featured in renowned art events, including the 58th International Venice Biennale and the Tate Turbine Hall Hyundai Commission in 2021.