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Aleksandra Mir (born 1967) is a Swedish-American contemporary artist known for her large scale collaborative projects and for her anthropological methods, involving rigorous archival research, oral history and field work. Her work deals with travel, time, placehood, language, gender, identity, locality, nationality, globality, mobility, connectivity, performativity, representation, transition, translation and transgression. She has exhibited at Kunsthaus Zurich (2006), Tate Modern, London (2014), Tate Liverpool (2017), Modern Art Oxford (2017), Schirn Kunsthalle, Frankfurt (2009), M – Museum Leuven (2013), Whitney Museum of American Art (2014), Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum (2007), MoMA, New York City (2012), YUZ Museum, Shanghai (2018), Whitney Biennial (2004), Biennale of Sydney (2002), Biennale di Venezia (2009), Mercosul Biennial, Porto Alegre (2015), Tai Kwun Contemporary, Hong Kong (2020), and Inhotim, Belo Horizonte (2021).
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American, Swedish, Central European, Eastern European, Polish
Artist, Installation Artist, Performance Artist
Aleksandra Mir
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