William Corwin reviews Ivana Bašić’s solo show “Through the hum of black velvet sleep” in The Brooklyn Rail. The exhibition was on show at Marlborough Contemporary, New York from 25 May to 24 June 2017. Corwin states “The golden age of humanity wants to gain control of—and master—the fundamental constants of existence: transformation, expiration, and death. Bašić’s elaborate installation is about loss of control in the face of this quest—the side effects of the attempt at eternal youth. Read the full article here.
Ivana Bašić’s exhibition Through the hum of black velvet sleep opens today at Marlborough Contemporary in New York. This exhibition “builds upon the premise of dust as the absolute reduction of the world, a substance in which the world is anonymously contained…” Read the full press release here.
Ivana Bašić’s solo exhibition this month at Marlborough Contemporary in New York is reported on AQNB. “Looking at dust, particles, form, as well as physical states of pressure, density and porosity, Bašić will immerse us in the relationship between body and universe”, the author writes. Read the full article here.