In my practice I think of the body not purely as an image or an object, but also as text, sound, and a story. The works become the space to contemplate on desire and contemporary relationships and emerge as poems, films, sculptures, etc. There is a continuous shift on the form they take, as if it is not only important what they are but also what they could be. The works exist in a state of continuous transition and transformation, searching for meaning.
Eleni Bagaki (b. 1979, Crete) holds a Master’s in Fine Art from Central Saint Martins, London. Recent solo shows include: A book, a film, and a soundtrack, Radio Athènes, Athens (2017); Economy Class, Signal, Malmö (2016–2017); Now you see me, oh now you don’t, New Studio, London (2015–2016); Crack, Crack, Pop, Pop…Oh What a Relief It Is!, Radio Athènes, Athens (2015). Selected group exhibitions include: Vilniaus kontekstai, invited by Valentinas Klimašauskas, Vilnius (2017); Millennial Feminisms, L’Inconnue gallery, Montreal (2017); The Equilibrists, organized by the New Museum, New York and the DESTE Foundation, Athens in collaboration with Benaki Museum, Athens (2016). Eleni Bagaki is based in Athens, Greece.
The Artists-in-Residence project is supported by Adam Mickiewicz Institute / Culture.pl