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Anı Ekin Özdemir (1997, Istanbul) lives in Zurich, Switzerland, where she is pursuing an MA in Transdisciplinary Studies at the Zurich University of the Arts. Ekin is an artist and writer working mainly with poetry, photography and publishing. Her artistic work is nourished by feminist and new materialist theories, where one approaches things with inclusive methodologies and ontologies; where things are related in a kind of uneasy but nevertheless inextricably irreducible way. She works with the concepts of environmental care, intimacy, attention, affect and hydrofeminism. Watery embodiment after all is about being in relation, waters that we pass, waters that carry us. Through that and through taking those relations and complex entanglements seriously, she tries to understand how this open and vulnerable approach transforms one’s relationships with landscape, surroundings, and human and non-human beings. Outside of her studies, Ekin enjoys observing the phases of the moon, overpacking books for her trips, collecting stones and shells, writing letters and words for no one in particular.

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