Elena Bajo’s practice is concerned with the social and political dimensions of everyday spaces, strategies of resistance, and the poetics of ideologies. She works individually and collectively in a variety of media including installation, sculpture, painting, performance, participatory events, film, and writing. Bajo currently has a solo exhibition La Femme Radicale or The Point of no Return at D+T Project in Brussels. Bajo was born in Spain and lives and works in Los Angeles and Berlin. She received her MA in Fine Arts from Central Saint Martins School of Art in 2005.
Elena Bajo, La Femme Radicale, 2013. Fabric, wood, plastic, metal. Drawing-Sculpture. Courtesy the artist.