Here at Anise Gallery we are continuing to use our time under lockdown to reflect on what we do and explore new ways of sharing art in these times of isolation. As we continue to plan for the future, we have also been catching up with some of our artists to see how they are doing under the circumstances. As frightening as they are, they have provided us with an opportunity to think differently / work differently and this is no less true of the artists that we have been working with over the years.
Kristina Chan first exhibited with Anise Gallery in 2016 and has since shown her work in Musée du Louvre, Royal Academy of Fine Art Antwerp, Royal Scottish Academy, The Royal Academy and Idio Gallery in New York. Most recently, she has exhibited her collaborative project, ‘Lucid Dreams’ — made in collaboration with Itamar Freed — at Litvak Contemporary in Tel-Aviv (pictured).
As Kristina writes on her website, her works explore “site-specific history to depict socio-cultural entropic narratives.” With so many of us restricted to inhabiting a very limited number of locations, in a moment of great entropic change, there is perhaps no better person to check-in with.
We asked Kristina how she’s holding up and how she is adapting to the present circumstances.