Play-White (2019). Video, 10:45’’ (looped), colour, stereo.

Bianca Baldi (South Africa, 1985) lives and works in Brussels. 

In her work she deals with the role of narrative as a means of knowledge production in both fictional and historical contexts. She is interested in the staging of identity and history and looks at these themes in photography, film, writing and publishing, which she often combines in the exhibition format as installations.

Contact, Instagram.

Her work has been featured in exhibitions such as: 

Selected Solo shows

Selected Group shows

 

 

 

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Snake Weight (2016). Dalmation Jasper, Fabric. View from the exhibition Landis Museum at CCA Derry, 26 May—28 July 2018.

Bianca Baldi (South Africa, 1985) lives and works in Brussels. 

In her work she deals with the role of narrative as a means of knowledge production in both fictional and historical contexts. She is interested in the staging of identity and history and looks at these themes in photography, film, writing and publishing, which she often combines in the exhibition format as installations.

Contact, Instagram.

Her work has been featured in exhibitions such as: 

Selected Solo shows

Selected Group shows

 

 

 

;

© 2021—now. All rights reserved.

Design & Development: d-e-a-l.eu

Insufflate (2016). Dalmation jasper, copper and tengu paper 1.6 g/m². Dimensions variable. Photo: Michael Pfisterer.

Bianca Baldi (South Africa, 1985) lives and works in Brussels. 

In her work she deals with the role of narrative as a means of knowledge production in both fictional and historical contexts. She is interested in the staging of identity and history and looks at these themes in photography, film, writing and publishing, which she often combines in the exhibition format as installations.

Contact, Instagram.

Her work has been featured in exhibitions such as: 

Selected Solo shows

Selected Group shows

 

 

 

;

© 2021—now. All rights reserved.

Design & Development: d-e-a-l.eu

Fun Capital (2012). Video, colour, stereo, 5:30’’

Bianca Baldi (South Africa, 1985) lives and works in Brussels. 

In her work she deals with the role of narrative as a means of knowledge production in both fictional and historical contexts. She is interested in the staging of identity and history and looks at these themes in photography, film, writing and publishing, which she often combines in the exhibition format as installations.

Contact, Instagram.

Her work has been featured in exhibitions such as: 

Selected Solo shows

Selected Group shows

 

 

 

;

© 2021—now. All rights reserved.

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Livro de Todo o Universo (Chopped and Screwed). Performance by Cecilia Eliceche at the corrector’s room of the Plantin-Moretus Museum, Antwerp (2015) Sound Design:Christophe Albertijn.

Bianca Baldi (South Africa, 1985) lives and works in Brussels. 

In her work she deals with the role of narrative as a means of knowledge production in both fictional and historical contexts. She is interested in the staging of identity and history and looks at these themes in photography, film, writing and publishing, which she often combines in the exhibition format as installations.

Contact, Instagram.

Her work has been featured in exhibitions such as: 

Selected Solo shows

Selected Group shows

 

 

 

;

© 2021—now. All rights reserved.

Design & Development: d-e-a-l.eu

Eyes in The Back of Your Head (2017). Colour, stereo, 08:23’’

Bianca Baldi (South Africa, 1985) lives and works in Brussels. 

In her work she deals with the role of narrative as a means of knowledge production in both fictional and historical contexts. She is interested in the staging of identity and history and looks at these themes in photography, film, writing and publishing, which she often combines in the exhibition format as installations.

Contact, Instagram.

Her work has been featured in exhibitions such as: 

Selected Solo shows

Selected Group shows

 

 

 

;

© 2021—now. All rights reserved.

Design & Development: d-e-a-l.eu