Anna Diljá Sigurðardóttir (B. 1993, Iceland)
Design research and communication.
With an interest in geopolitics, earth sciences and cartography, her work often investigates how to translate scientific data and journalistic topics into a comprehensive multi-perspective story.
Her research-based narratives often result in visually engaging outcomes that allow for an easier understanding of information. Using various media such as graphical narrative, moving image, installation and sculptural work.
Anna Diljá Sigurðardóttir graduated with cum laude from Food non Food (BA) at Design Academy Eindhoven in 2019. In the past years, she has gained various work experiences from collaborating with art and design studios in Germany (Quadrature and Tomás Saraceno), as well as scientific institutes in Iceland and the Netherlands (Meteorological Office and Institute of Earth Sciences, NIOZ mining research and Wageningen University). She is currently working as an independent researcher, specializing in communication and information design, while also mentoring at Design Academy Eindhoven.
(Full CV upon request)