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Bianca Kann (Brazil, 1995) is a multidisciplinary artist working mainly in sculpture.  Graduated in Fine Arts from NYU in 2017, she participated in the Byrdcliffe residency in Woodstock, NY two years later. Kann is interested in how context can affect our perception of symbols. She questions their preconceived connotations, leaving room for the absurd. The accumulation and excess of images, as well as contemporary fashion and the digital culture of communication through memes, stickers, gifs, are also references in her practice. Kann is also influenced by her research on the implementation of mental health services in low-income countries. She therefore explores notions of insanity and empathy, through the lens of art and science. Kann has participated in multiple group exhibitions in New York including “The Nose” at George Gallery, Brooklyn, NY and “Overflow” at Special Special Gallery, New York, NY, and “Nothing in Isolation” at Pablo’s Birthday Gallery in New York’s Lower East Side; art fairs such as NADA in Miami, ArtRio in Rio de Janeiro; and most recently exhibited in “Pedra Sem-Mundo” at Galeria Estação in São Paulo. Bianca currently lives and works between London, UK and São Paulo, Brazil.

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