Andreana Fatta is a Cypriot artist who has obtained a BA in Fine Art at Birmingham School of Art. Her artistic practice is predominantly research-based, and she works with installations and archiving. Interested in exploring the personal and collective Cypriot memories, her artwork is informed by her cultural displacement and heritage, expressing themes of colonisation, war, lost histories, and identities.
Her previous work focuses on the use of materials and objects belonging to a Cypriot woman, the artist’s grandmother, who is a subject of displacement, in a way to address Cyprus and its complex history. Conversing and exposing such apparently marginal stories allows room for knowledge and awareness.