Anna Komitska is a visual artist, researcher and producer based in London. She explores alternative perceptions of reality and other-than-human behaviours through speculation, collective memory and digital technologies. Her practice centres on repurposing, destruction, displacement across materials to observe the image oscillating between subjectivities, contexts and futures; between fact and fiction; between the natural and the artificial. More recently, Anna’s work has steered towards site-responsive methodologies and CGI functioning within art and science. 

In her writing, Anna investigates post-anthropocentric discourse through the prism of new materialism, anthropogeography, and continental philosophy at the intersection of art, technology and place.

Anna was born in Sofia, Bulgaria. She attained a BA (Hons) Photography degree in 2021 at London College of Communication, UAL. Her work has been exhibited in London, UK at AMP Gallery, Copeland Gallery; in Sofia, Bulgaria at Little Bird Place, RCCA Toplocentrala, Credo Bonum Gallery, KO-OP; and online at, Her writing has been published in (OÖELKG, Linz) and Emergencies: Notes for the Future Monument (UAL, London).

CV and commercial portfolio available upon request.

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