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Ana Robles Pérez (NL-SP) / @anarroblesperez

Ana Robles Pérez (Ciudad Real, Spain) is a social designer and interdisciplinary researcher based in The Netherlands and Spain.

Working across audiovisual channels, graphic investigations and collaborative methodologies, her practice act as a catalyst, challenging widely accepted conventions surrounding contemporary social phenomena and encouraging the emergence of fresh, often disregarded perspectives of impact. By employing critical research and the reconstruction of archetypal and familiar roles as methodological instruments, her work strives to foster social intersections that facilitate the convergence of diverse narratives, such as the intricate dynamics of multi-species interactions, the often overlooked narratives of activism, and the wisdom embedded in rural traditional and folkloric knowledge.

✽ She graduated Cum Laude in both the Social Design Master of Arts and Design at the Design Academy Eindhoven (2023) and the Bachelor's in Interdisciplinary Design from the Hochschule für Gestaltung Schwäbisch Gmünd and Complutense University of Madrid (2020). Her recent investigation, “El perro poblador” (The settler dog in Spanish) in which she examined the notion of stray dogs as agents of change in deserted Spanish historical colonization villages, has been nominated to the Gijs Bakker Award (2023).