Anastasia Eggers’ research-driven practice explores vulnerable ecologies alongside urgent social, cultural, and political conditions. It uses food as a medium to broach ideas of identity, origin, and geopolitics. Eggers investigates agricultural rhythms that arise when our dependence on seasonal cycles is severed or when new dynamics surface due to geopolitical shifts or changes in market conditions. Her recent works explore rituals in agriculture as a tool to bring hidden narratives to light and to envision new forms of collectivity, coping, and awareness.

Anastasia Eggers works in the field of visual art as well as critical and social design using various media such as video, installation, text and visual design. She holds a master's degree in Social Design from the Design Academy Eindhoven and is an alumna of the Jan van Eyck Academie.

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Tuesday Oct 5 2021