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Ana Rewakowicz

Artist
Ana Rewakowicz
Date
2007
Publisher
Foreman Art Gallery of Bishop's University
Format
Catalogues
Details
Softcover
ISBN
0-780364-0-9
Size
21.5 × 21.5 × 1 cm
Length
100 
Description

Ana Rewakowicz, a multidisciplinary artist born in Poland of Ukrainian parents, has been living in Canada since 1988. This first monograph on her work explores her questioning of identity as expressed through clothing and habitation. In contrast to the stable mass of monumental sculpture and architecture, her costumes and structures are an air-filled, mobile art form concerned with places and the people that activate them. Incorporating materials such as rubber, polyurethane, reversible foil, fans and solar panels, Rewakowicz harnesses technology to build intimate public experiences and fashions based on function and traveling interiors. Just as the artist has lived her own personal diaspora, her art crosses into many dicsiplines including invention, design, performance and relationism. In English and French.

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