Florenza Deniz İncirli is a London and Cyprus based early-career visual anthropologist and artist working primarily with moving image and text. Her practice is collaborative, exploratory and multilingual.
With a BA in History and Politics, and MA in Visual Anthropology, she works collaboratively and centre alternative modes of pedagogy. Florenza co-founded a radical learning space, which met weekly for a year, culminating in a takeover of the National Maritime Museum, organising a conference, a tour through the space, and a subsequent re-imagining of the gallery. She also built a wooden feedback box for the gallery.
Her most recent work, screening at Alexandra Palace in London, looked at the relationality of diaspora communities in London through the rhizomatic symbol of a pomegranate. Expanding into material works, both theoretically and in practice, an interdisciplinary approach to methods of archiving and documenting marginalised identities. She has worked at various community centres, arts organisations and institutions. Some themes she work around; ecologies, migration, opacity, and collective memory.