Anna is a visual artist who focuses on trauma and abjection in relation to bodies. Her main research interests are the variation of embodied traumatic experiences, with a large focus on issues surrounding gender inequality. Jarosz looks into notions of body memory and the collective aspects of trauma trapped in the physical presence of the social body. She explores rituals passed to her by her female ancestors and formulates the context of passages of intergenerational trauma. She formulates questions about the inheritance of intuition.
During her stay, Anna worked on multiple pieces that explored ancestral connections, and several paintings.  She finalized her residency with a collaborative performance in the desert in a tent that she built as a hiding spot. 
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