Anna Mutschlechner-Dean works with an interdisciplinary approach that primarily uses and combines digital and performative practices. She deals with cognitive phenomena, questions of human identity and the individual perception of reality through external imprints, social structures and digital components. Exploring the influence of external factors on human consciousness and behavioral patterns, she presents phenomenological and existential reflections of both the natural and constructed environment. She refers to various forms of life and the knowledge derived from them, which is adopted by society. Her research examines the connection between the individual and their external context, as well as technological and scientific developments that intervene in and reshape human cognition.
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