Amanda Björn is an artist and curator interested in the connection between bodies and space. She works in images, music, films, and movement seeking to build relationships with the fragile world around us.  This interest in time-based projects blends with her curiosity for the nostalgic, romantic, and unexplainable. Amanda received her BA in Art History and Photography from Loyola Marymount University and a Master's Degree in Art and Curatorial Practices in the Public Sphere from The University of Southern California. She is based between Los Angeles and Miami.

 

Clients/ publications: 
Urban Outfitters / Nasty Gal / LiveFAST / Cake Mag
Rogue Mag /  Future Eyes / Faircloth Supply 
Lykee Wullf / Bluma Project / Vice Mag / 
 
Cake Magazine, 'Pity Party' 
Rogue Magazine, 'Washed Up'
Wildspice Mag, 'Kai'
Huffington Post, 'Wanderlust'
LiveFAST, 'Does Being in Love Make for Better Music?' 
Urban Covane, 'The Violin Plant' 
Vice, Noisey, Lucy Sunday ' Talk is Cheap'