Anne is a cultural producer and runs the independent nomadic platform: A---Z.
Anne has previously worked at the RCA as the Curriculum and Special Projects Coordinator for the School of Arts & Humanities, where she ran the StudioRCA Riverlight presenting A---Z projects (2016–18). Exploring artistic practices and knowledge exchange through collaborations, presentations, soundscapes, screenings and discussions, A---Z aims to open up audiences by sharing discursive practices in order to challenge preconceived ideas on race, gender identities and the so-called history in terms of power relationship.
A reflection on current interests has crystallised Anne's research on the gaze, which spans: the ‘other’ and its representation; definitions for new possibilities in future bodies; empowerment through deconstructing those bodies and alternative (hi)stories; and explorations of technologies and how to think of a new, a revolutionary world through sci-fi narratives.
Exploring artistic practices and knowledge exchange through presentations, screenings and discussion, the independent nomadic platform: A---Z, which Anne runs, aims to open up to a large audience by sharing discursive practices in order to deconstruct preconceived ideas on race, gender identities and the so called history in terms of power relationship.
The methods employed by A---Z take the form of classic event but in terms of the deliver the outcome will be different – it will take place in unusual spaces for this kind of question but also it will take a turn where knowledge production happens – where thought provoking and engaged practices comes together to think through new ways of curating – and researching in event making.
- Anne has collaborated on various projects with ArtLicks, CGP Gallery, Mimosa House, V22, Danielle Arnaud, Please Stand By, or-bits.com
- Jury member at PAF Olomouc & Tenderflix
- Co-curator Dark Water Series with Tai Shani