ANASTASIA BURN

Artist Designer



Kia ora, I have recently finished my Bachelors degree in Visual Communication Design with
First Class Honours at Massey University, Wellington. I am a Pākehā Artist Designer with a strong focus on typography, editorial, copywriting, dissemination and speculation, with the ability to shift my knowledge into various other medias and disciplines when needed. My work is primarily focused on ethics that are true to the moral of community, identity, the whenua and Te Tiriti o Waitangi, and I wish to work in environments that work with these foundations too.

I am currently available for freelance work.
    Please get in touch to collaborate.


+(64) 27 805 6614
anastasia.e.burn@gmail.com

Mount Cook, Te Whanganui-a-Tara
Aotearoa




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SHELF LIFE: A HOLOTYPIC TAXONOMY

Exhibition | 2020     

POSTER + TAKEAWAY + EXHIBITION

Exhibition Creation | Content Creation | Identity | Logotype | Typography | Display Design | Risograph

Shelf Life: A Holotypic Taxonomy
, an exhibition exploring the deconstruction and categorisation of the ‘humble’ yet ubiquitous plastic bread clip.

Shelf Life interrogates the role and purpose of the bread clip, speculating and interrogating what we understand these clips to be. Despite their mundanity, they are not as passive as we think. The exhibition plays on information, archival display and the concept of closure, sealing and re-usability: how far can one bread clip go?

Curated, designed and hosted by Thomas Stanton, Cameron Edwards, Ollie Foster and myself at 26 Constable Street. The exhibition ran for one week only and included over 100 examples of bread clips from all over the globe.


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