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  1. Ivana Bašić in Flash Art #332 @ivana_basic inaugurates the column for @flashartmagazine - Letter From The City - writing about the months of isolation, the insectile universe and the birthing of the new work - with voices of: Clarice Lispector, Reza Negarestani, Steven Shaviro, James Baldwin and Oscar Wilde

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      About — Ivana Bašić. Born 1986 in Belgrade, Yugoslavia....

  2. Ivana Bašić was born in 1986 in Belgrade, Serbia. The artist completed her M.P.S. at the Tisch School of the Arts, New York University, in 2012. In her work, Bašić addresses the vulnerability and transformation of the body and human matter.

  3. Vranje, Serbia. Occupation. Actress. Years active. 2001-present. Ivana Bašić (born 28 February 1976) is a Croatian actress. Bašić was born in Vranje, Serbia, formerly part of Yugoslavia, on 28 February 1976, and spent her early childhood there. [1]

  4. Portrait by Frankie Alduino. For her new body of work, currently in production, Bašić explores the process of metamorphosis, wherein her sculptures undergo a series of transformations: from material to immaterial; from organic to inorganic; from human to insectile and from ground-bound matter into pure idealism.

  5. Ivana Bašić (Serbian Cyrillic: Ивана Башић; born 1986 in Belgrade) is a Serbian artist living and working in New York. Bašić specializes in sculpture blending various materials, including wax, glass, stainless steel, alabaster and oil paint , as well as immaterial elements such as torque, breath, weight, rigidity and ...

  6. About — Ivana Bašić. Born 1986 in Belgrade, Yugoslavia. Lives and works in New York. Contact: studio.ivanabasic@gmail.com. Instagram: @ivana_basic.

  7. Ivana Bašić (b. 1986 in Belgrade, Serbia) 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.