is an artist, designer, researcher, occasional fisherwoman and current North Sea explorer, and when on land - is based in Rotterdam, NL.
Her work investigates industry systems through a geo-political lens, and she critically challenges the environmental, economic, and political impact between human and more-than-human. Her relationship to site is a narrative that unfolds within her work through comprehensive forms of field research, and she works with mapping as a tool to fully immerse herself within these contexts. She produces mixed media installations that include, documentary style videos, ceramics, site collaborative works, performance, textiles, text-based narratives, and sculptural pieces. Her practice explores the tangible intersections between interdisciplinary fields from ecology, ocean science, politics, and investigative journalism, and she works with information design to unpack and explore the complexities of these interwoven topics. Brogen is a recent alumnus of the Design Academy Eindhoven.  Her graduation work critically reacts to the commercial fishing industry and dissects the relationship between the structure of food systems and the subsequent impact on border politics, legal frameworks, natural resource extraction and the environmental and social consequences. Brogen has exhibited in Milan Design Week  in Isola Design District’s Rising Talents exhibition. Art Rotterdam as part of the 2023 The New Current and Dutch Design Week at GS22 . She has also worked with, Dutch Invetuals, NL, Canon Nederland, NL, Onomatopee, NL, WoRM Rotterdam, NL, Hella Jongerius Studio, NL, Enough Room for Space, BE, Time and Tide Museum, UK, The Holy Art London, UK, Stadt Leipzig Kulturamt, DE, and is excited to welcome future collaborations and can be reached at email@example.com