Adam Basanta, Collaged 19th century photographic landscapes with trees, palms, and observers, 2019

Using various mediums, Adam Basanta explores technological practices as socially-mediated performances, distributed and intertwined throughout a variety of human, cultural, material and computational agencies. His work has been exhibited worldwide, most notably at Arsenal Contemporary (Canada), Fotomuseum Winterthur (Switzerland), National Art Centre Tokyo (Japan) and the Moscow Biennale for Young Art (5th edition, Russia). His work is featured in institutional and private collections. He has been awarded several prizes in Canada and abroad, including the Prix Pierre-Ayot 2018. He is represented by ELLEPHANT in Montréal.

Adam Basanta gave us an interview on the essence of his artistic approach.

Adam Basanta, Collaged 19th century photographic landscapes with trees, palms, and observers (2019). Inkjet print on Moab Entrada 300 natural paper, 28 x 18,6 cm. 100 $ CAD (including issue no. 124 of ESPACE art actuel) (+ taxes and shipping cost). Each print (1/20) is individually signed and numbered.