Approved: 27.03.2011

Ania Bas

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Approved: 27.03.2011

I am an artist that works with people not canvas. Through my practice I test methods and processes of collaboration and participation and my work is both research and production based. I explore the art of everyday life and involve everyday people in investigations of human connection with place using an inter-disciplinary approach. The work is co-made and takes diverse forms ranging from live events,

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  • Location: London
 

Biography

I am an artist that works with people not canvas. Through my practice I test methods and processes of collaboration and participation and my work is both research and production based. I explore the art of everyday life and involve everyday people in investigations of human connection with place using an inter-disciplinary approach. The work is co-made and takes diverse forms ranging from live events, tours, publications, installations, video and photography to eating cakes and sipping tea. Bringing other people into my practice is a core element. My work is context and site specific and starts with on-site research: involvement into the daily life of everyday people and their area. My practice takes place in live environments rather than in a studio. I share as many art processes as possible with people and I see this process as a work in itself often leading to the emergence of other works. I act as a catalyst, a facilitator, a host, a service provider, a support structure, an administrator, a waitress, a producer, a baker - in short an artist.

CV & Education

Public realm 2010 - Very Public People, The Public, West Bromwich Residencies 2010 - Isles of Silly, Whitechapel Gallery, London 2010 - Locus, Art Refuge, Portsmouth