Trisha Baga

Trisha Baga
Installation view, Trisha Baga, 2014 Zabludowicz Collection, London . Photo: Andy Keate.
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The present, the here and now experience – it's such a dumb and impossibly slippery thing. What we experience is only a fragment of what we are aware… and what I am interested in is the stuff that fills the gaps.

Trisha Baga, interviewed by Jenny Jaskey, Mousse Magazine, 2012

The Zabludowicz Collection presents a solo exhibition by New York-based artist Trisha Baga (b.1985), featuring a number of new installations, alongside pieces from the Collection and key early works from her career.

Baga combines video, painting, sculpture and found objects in immersive compositions that flood spaces with light and sound. Alluding to the ways in which technology alters perception, Baga uses 3D projections and the rhythms of online browsing to produce installations that suggest shifting chains of association. The artist positions herself as a material through which information is filtered – with the present-day contents of her studio, apartment and computer spilling out into the space of the viewer.

Baga has had recent solo exhibitions at Dundee Contemporary Arts, Whitney Museum, New York and Kunstverein Munchen, Munich, and featured in major group exhibition such as Speculations on Anonymous Materials, Fridericianum, Kassel, 12th Biennale de Lyon, and New Pictures of Common Objects, MoMA PS1, New York.

The exhibition will be accompanied by a new publication and a series of public events


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