Anna Brody is a photographer, currently polishing her skills at the Savannah College of Art and Design in Georgia. In her artistic practice, she visualises intense states of mind, such as longing, loneliness, contentment, cyclical mood shifts, and escapism.
Besides being a photographer, Anna has been working as an editorial assistant at Aint-Bad, an independent publisher of new photographic art.
Presented project, titled Shown Brown Grass, is a personal observation of Savannah, the city in the state of Georgia, where Anna have lived for three years. "There is much injustice, but also plenty of beauty. I believe photography is the best tool we have to define the unquantifiable, and I have used it here to better understand the particular incalculable subtleties of this place – specifically, the deep torpor of a place steeped in the southern tradition of slowness. A place where the people, the government, and the built landscape sit for hours, weeks, and years on a damp cushion of deliberate indolence,” shared the artist.