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OPERA IN CONCORSO  Sezione Video

Claudia Borgna | What do I really need to live?
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What do I really need to live?
video, 2014
00:10:15

Claudia Borgna

nato/a a Hamburg

residenza di lavoro/studio: Los Angeles (UNITEDSTATES)

iscritto/a dal 26 apr 2014

http://www.claudiaborgna.com

Altre opere

Claudia Borgna | Funeral to a plastic bag

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Funeral to a plastic bag
video, 2013
00:10:30

Claudia Borgna | Waiting Room

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Waiting Room
video, 2013
00:08:28

Claudia Borgna | Nor a weed or a parasite, non native, invasive, noxious, unwanted and indispensable

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Nor a weed or a parasite, non native, invasive, noxious, unwanted and indispensable
video, 2012
00:11:29

Descrizione Opera / Biografia


Claudia Borgna was born in Hamburg, Germany, and raised in Italy. After graduating from Genoa University in foreign literature, she moved to London but has been leading a nomadic life style pursuing her art a bit all over the world ever since.
Claudia has attended several art courses, both practical and theoretical, which have allowed her to experiment with various disciplines, media and techniques, including ceramics, life drawing and painting, sculpture and printmaking. This led to her completion in 2005 of a second degree in Fine Art at the London Metropolitan University. Since then Claudia has been exhibiting internationally and attended fellowship residencies in the USA, Canada and Europe.
She is the recipient of both the Joan Mitchell and the Jackson Pollock and Lee Krasner Grant and was awarded the Royal British Society of Sculptors Bursary Award as well as the Pritzker Foundation Endowed Fellowship Award. In 2009 Claudia was short-listed for the BBC2 documentary: “School of Saatchi” and in 2010 was voted: The Public Speaks Winner for the Broomhill National Sculpture Prize as well as being short-listed and commended for the British Women Artist’s Prize.
Her work entails the investigation of what she calls the “evolution of landscape”, a process started and affected by modern life-styles and consumerism. Her installations are the materialization of an ongoing observation and questioning of how the “plastic” and the natural realms interact with one another and thereby come to create new ephemeral orders. Claudia’s main medium and loyal travel companion is her extensive collection of recycled plastic.
Claudia is currently attending Suzanne Lacy’s Public Practice MFA porgramme at Otis College of Art and Design in Los Angeles where she has been granted a scolarship.