Lot 188 - Marie-Anne Mancio - The Pantone Lovers
Digital print on paper
Signed on Verso
This auction is raising proceeds for War Child UK
Marie-Anne Mancio is a writer, art historian and co-Director of InFems (Intersectional Feminist Art Collective) with whom she exhibits, curates and writes. Her art practice is primarily text based, encompassing a novella ‘Whorticulture’ about four migrant women in antebellum America; prints, sound installation, and an NFT commissioned by Carolina Herrera for International Women's Day 2022.
She has also written for myriad publications and catalogues including Make [formerly Women’s Art Magazine], Soho Clarion, Independent on Sunday; was a researcher and contributor to a retrospective of the Theatre of Mistakes (Raven Row, London). Mancio has lectured in art history nationally and internationally for institutions like Tate, Dulwich Picture Gallery, London Art Salon, The Course, and is an accredited Arts Society speaker who made a film for HENI talks on ‘The Bed in Art.’ She was a guest on performance artist Oriana Fox’s ‘The O show’.
Marie-Anne trained as an artist in interdisciplinary practice at Manchester Metropolitan University before gaining a DPhil from Sussex University for her thesis 'Maps for Wayward Performers: feminist readings of contemporary live art practice in Britain' and a subsequent MPhil (Distinction) in Creative Writing from the University of Glasgow.
'Bodies in Trouble' Haus Kunst Mitte, Berlin Nov 2022 - Jan 2023
'NightClubbing' InFems x Carolina Herrera x Saatchi, MC Saatchi, London 2022
'5 Needle, 5 Wire' Thamesside Studios, August 2022
Praxis' Museum of Non-Visible Art with James Franco, curated by PS1, online
Proboscis grant to write an 'A-Z' around the Theatre of Mistakes’ archive.
Her fiction is represented by Sabhbh Curran at Curtis Brown
Statement about AOAP Submitted Artwork
The 3 postcards are fragments of narratives that could play out in myriad ways. They are love letters to couples observed in pubs, on trains, in cyberspace. These couples are not necessarily linked romantically, but they are two people having joyous, intense conversations, sharing unexpected moments of connection.
'A Love of Beginnings'
'The Pantone Lovers'
'Talking Einstein At Midnight'
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