Circa 2014 (2014)
The application of a mathematical tool to a geographic feature seeks to question the boundaries between science, wilderness and the human longing to make sense of an environment.
Anastasia Artemeva was born in Russia and raised in Ireland. She graduated from Limerick School of Art and Design in 2012 and is currently pursuing a Master’s Degree in Environmental art in Aalto University, Helsinki.
Artemeva ’s artistic practice employs a variety of media, ranging from photography and sculpture to participatory and curatorial projects. Her creative process questions accessibility, transparency and exclusivity, affected by socio–political, cultural and personal restrictions. Through the juxtaposition of technologies she explores the ephemera of the inevitable control of both the private and the social. The projects are often subtle and, accidently discovered, disclose the possibilities of spaces.