Maria Pask

Maria Pask is an Amsterdam-based artist whose performance and installation works interpret the nature of collective creativity, empowerment, and the live moment. Working with open formats and social structures, her works were described by Michael Stanley as a ‘cocktail of social commentary, political doctrine, ecological soundings, philosophy, feminism, body politics, and religion.’ 

Maria has performed and exhibited internationally at, a.o. Museum of Modern Art, Oxford; Athens Biennial; White Columns, New York; W139, Amsterdam; Münster Skulpture Project; If I Can’t Dance I Don’t Want To Be Part Of Your Revolution, Amsterdam; Frankfurter Kunstverein; BAK, Utrecht; De Appel, Amsterdam, and Moderna Galerija, Ljubljana.

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