View also Anna McNay’s video interview with Glesta at The WATERSHED Project, National Theatre, London 2015.
… and Janet McKenzie's review of Navigating Memory, the Universe and Nothing, 2013.
The impact of Covid-19 on artists, part 4: artistic responses to the coronavirus and the prescient zeitgeist
In the fourth instalment of this five-part essay, comprising conversations with artists around the world, we look at the work artists have made in response to the coronavirus, and the prescient zeitgeist
Intersection: International Art and Culture
In celebration of its 25th anniversary, the Arthur M Sackler Museum of Art and Archaeology at Peking University has invited 14 artists from around the world to submit work that emphasises the universality of the language of art
Cui Xiuwen: Light
Cui Xiuwen is a conceptual artist best known internationally as a video filmmaker and photographer. A creator of progressive and provocative work, she began her career as a painter and has recently returned to making paintings and sculpture, exploring contemporary formulations for venerable traditions, in combination with new media
Anita Glesta: ‘I would like this work to be a vehicle of communication – like a moving-image billboard’
The artist talks about the motivation behind her brightly coloured projection of frenzied fish on to the National Theatre as part of the Totally Thames festival
Anindita Dutta: MAYA
MAYA, a major exhibition by Anindita Dutta, is the second exhibition of the Dame Jillian Sackler International Artists Exhibition Program at the Arthur M Sackler Museum of Art and Archaeology at Peking University. The first, Gernika/Guernica, sound sculptures in the form of old radios and multichannel video works by Anita Glesta, dealt with the horrors of war and the endurance and will of the human spirit.