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Anastasia Philimonos is an art historian and curator based in Edinburgh. In 2014 she received a BA(Hons) in Art Theory and History from the Athens School of Fine Arts. In 2015, she graduated from MSc Modern and Contemporary Art: History, Curating, Criticism at the University of Edinburgh.
She was an Associate Producer at Collective Gallery where she developed texts responding to each of the Solo exhibitions of Satellites Programme 2016 and curated a group exhibition titled W.W.W. (Whole World Working). The exhibition centred on Buckminster Fuller’s Operating Manual for Spaceship Earth (1968), as well as other historical and contemporary techno-utopian discourse, to explore, against current geopolitical realities, the potentials of technologies in abolishing borders to ‘connect humanity in a global embrace’.
Anastasia considers her curatorial practice as a means of (collectively) thinking through an idea, testing its potentials and limitations within given socio-political and economic contexts.