Ana Brotas (n. 1990) has experience in artistic research, audiovisual communication and pedagogy. Often situated in collaborative and interdisciplinary contexts, her practice investigates how language can mediate, trace and produce knowledge in the public space. Her previous projects were developed in places like V2_Lab for the Unstable Media (NL), Associação Luzlinar (PT), Silo Arte e Latitude Rural (BR) and European Capital of Culture of Plovdiv (BG). She is currently part of the collective research team “Urban Ecologies” led by Bull.Miletic on the ROM for Art and Architecture (NO), and collaborates with Viviana Cárdenas on the “Metonymy Garden” project, examining the fictional capacity of landscapes through participatory, narrative interventions and performance. Ana Brotas holds a master's degree in Art and Public Space from the Oslo National Academy of Arts, for which she received a scholarship from the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation.