Ivana Bašić


Ivana Bašić. Courtesy of the artist.
Ivana Bašić, ‘I sense that all of this is ancient and vast. I had touched the nothing, and nothing was living and moist. #2’, 2022, 
white alabaster, wax, copper, pressure, grounding rods, stainless steel, 66 × 47 × 19.5 cm (26 x 18.5 x 7.7 in). Courtesy of the artist
Ivana Bašić, ‘I sense that all of this is ancient and vast. I had touched the nothing, and nothing was living and moist. #5’, 2022,
 steatite, wax, white bronze, pressure, copper, grounding rods, stainless steel, 152.4 × 50.8 × 22.9 cm (60 x 20 x 9 in). Courtesy of the artist
Ivana Bašić, ‘I too had thousands of blinking cilla, while my belly, new and made for the ground was being reborn - Position III #3’, 2020,
 wax, bronze, breath, blown glass, oil paint, stainless steel, pressure, 127 x 30.5 x 40.6 cm (50 x 12 x 16 in). Courtesy of the artist
Ivana Bašić, ‘Pneumatic Positions II: Blossoming’, 2023, wax, breath, bronze, pressure, exhaust manifolds, steatite, blown glass, stainless steel, petroleum jelly, 162.5 × 51 × 33 cm (64 x 20.1 x 13 in). Courtesy of the artist


Biography
Ivana Bašić (b. 1986 in Belgrade, lives and works in New York) has been creating works that address vulnerability and transformation of the body and human matter. Her sculptures, which consist of wax, glass, steel, alabaster, oil paint, and immaterial matter such as breath and pressure, prompt the viewers to radically reimagine posthuman ontology. Her recent exhibitions include Schinkel Pavillon, Berlin (2023); Lafayette Anticipations, Paris (2023); National Gallery, Prague (2021); Museum of Art+Design, Miami (2020); Het HEM, Amsterdam (2020); Contemporary Art Museum Estonia, Talinn (2019); Kumu Art Museum, Talinn (2019); NRW Forum, Düsseldorf (2019); Athens Biennial (2018); Belgrade Biennial (2018); Künstlerhaus, Graz (2018); MO.CO Panacée, Montpellier (2018); Hessel Museum of Art (2017); Kunstverein Freiburg (2017); and the Whitney Museum of American Art (2016). Bašić's works are in the permanent collection of the Whitney Museum.

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