Through her research and artwork Anne Bevan RSA (Elect) explores relationships to place and environmental change. This has led to working collaboratively with experts from other disciplines, particularly archaeologists, anthropologists, marine scientists and geologists. An ongoing project is as Artist in Residence looking at Deep Time in the context of Orkney.
Working primarily with sculpture and installation, she has exhibited widely, including in Sweden, Norway, Finland, the USA, Germany, Ukraine, Estonia, Poland, Mauritius, Switzerland and Japan.
Her interdisciplinary collaborations also involve working closely with writers, such as Janice Galloway, Alan Spence and George Mackay Brown; with composers and musicians including Gemma MacGregor and Pete Stollery; and film makers and photographers like Mark Jenkins and Michael Wolchover.