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Anna Brody (they/she) is an artist and educator currently working on unceded Tohono O'odham and Pascua Yaqui land in Tucson, AZ, and unceded Wampanoag land in Martha's Vineyard, MA.  She works with video, performance, and photography to describe and explore the non-linear, non-binary world of simultaneous connection and lateral growth. Their video installations and interactive performances express a lifetime preoccupation with the layering of romantic, familial, and platonic love relationships in our lives, and the mutual labor and trust required for them to thrive. As a queer and non-binary artist and educator, they hope only to shift decisively away from the transactional, and towards the transformational. Anna graduated magna cum laude with a B.F.A. from the Savannah College of Art and Design, and received her M.F.A. in Photo, Video, & Imaging from the University of Arizona in May 2021. Their work has been exhibited internationally, most recently at the Anthropology of Motherhood exhibition in Pittsburgh and G.A.S. Station in Berlin. Their work was also shown in the 2024 Every Woman Biennial in NYC, which honors Whitney Houston in both title and theme (this year's was "I will always love you") and Anna feels really good about that.

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