Three similar looking vaginal shaped sculptures with black and white drops coming out of them mounted to a wall

Ivana Basic, I too had thousands of blinking cilia, while my belly, new and made for the ground was being reborn

Ivana Basic’s works examine the ways in which primordial matter—life, breath, dust—succumbs to various conditions pressed upon it. Both an anatomical and a meta-physiological focus on the corporeal runs through Basic's work. In her practice, form reflects materiality and all media are chosen for their elemental properties—and utilized as substances rather than blank artistic materials. Through her practice she negotiates the mechanics of becoming and unbecoming and speculates on scenarios beyond death and singularity.