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Hypostasis ‡ 2013 - 2021

Hypostasis ‡ (2021) is a part of the ongoing project SOMA (2013-), which is included in the Whitney Museum's permanent collection. With SOMA, Bašić created an exact 3D-model / digital replica of her body with the intention of selling the model with no limitation of its use. The digital bodies sold in online markets for use in advertisement, animation, and 3D-porn, are usually not linked to living people. By making her own body available for purchase with no control over its uses, Bašić simultaneously gives up control of her body image and initiates her body into a process of limitless transformation and multiplication - not bound by matter.

In Hypostasis ‡ (2021), the central abstract form is simultaneously referencing a sarcophagus and an insect's chrysalis - both of which are transitional structures that enable the reconfiguration of bodies into new substances and new natures. The digital body seen emerging out of the sarcophagus-like form, is both the bi-product of transformation into the technological condition but also an instance of corporeal reduction and dematerialisation, which Bašić utilises in her practice as methods of insurgence against the material order and its limitations.

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Ivana Bašić: "Hypostasis ‡" 2013–2021

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Hypostasis ‡ 2013 - 2021

Hypostasis ‡ (2021) is a part of the ongoing project SOMA (2013-), which is included in the Whitney Museum's permanent collection. With SOMA, Bašić created an exact 3D-model / digital replica of her body with the intention of selling the model with no limitation of its use. The digital bodies sold in online markets for use in advertisement, animation, and 3D-porn, are usually not linked to living people. By making her own body available for purchase with no control over its uses, Bašić simultaneously gives up control of her body image and initiates her body into a process of limitless transformation and multiplication - not bound by matter.

In Hypostasis ‡ (2021), the central abstract form is simultaneously referencing a sarcophagus and an insect's chrysalis - both of which are transitional structures that enable the reconfiguration of bodies into new substances and new natures. The digital body seen emerging out of the sarcophagus-like form, is both the bi-product of transformation into the technological condition but also an instance of corporeal reduction and dematerialisation, which Bašić utilises in her practice as methods of insurgence against the material order and its limitations.

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