Ana Vaz

  • Ana Vaz examines history and territory in her native Brazil through a myriad practice of filmmaking, installation, and performance. Using ethnographic and speculative models, her work evinces the interdependent relationships between colonialism, modernism and the Anthropocene. Through a profusion of intricate and potent portraits of land, animals, and people, Vaz’s approach is germane to denouncing the human devoration or swallowing up of the natural environment and native communities.

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Ana Vaz examines history and territory in her native Brazil through a myriad practice of filmmaking, installation, and performance. Using ethnographic and speculative models, her work evinces the interdependent relationships between colonialism, modernism and the Anthropocene. Through a profusion of intricate and potent portraits of land, animals, and people, Vaz’s approach is germane to denouncing the human devoration or swallowing up of the natural environment and native communities.