Tina Gverović works with installation, drawing, painting, sound, text and video. Her work is often in the form of immersive, disorientating installations that explore the economy and history of materials. One of the key questions in her work is: ‘where lies the potential of the political vision and re-invention?’
Her new artwork for the Triennial, Surface Flows, will be located on the roll-on roll-off ferry ramp, which for a period of forty years in the last century was the heartbeat of Folkestone, the epicentre of the town’s economy and connectedness to continental Europe.
She finished an MA at Jan van Eyck Academy in Maastricht and holds a doctorate from Middlesex University in London.
Her work was recently shown as part of the 57th Venice Biennial, and at Corner DC, WKV Stuttgart, Museum of Arts and Crafts Hamburg, Trigon, Post Environment in Künstlerhaus Halle für Kunst & Medien Graz, Suzhou Documents Biennial, Tate Modern, and Busan Biennial. Her public art commission conceived in collaboration with Ben Cain was recently installed at The University of Reading Campus. She has held teaching posts at Camberwell College of Arts, Slade School of Arts, Dutch Art Institute Roaming Academy, and WHW Academy in Zagreb.
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