Ana Rewakowicz

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    Ana Rewakowicz is an interdisciplinary Polish-born artist, living and working in Montreal and Paris. Known for her stimulating, interactive and inflatable works that question our relationship with the environment, she is concerned with issues of sustainability and the need for (intra)disciplinary collaborations to face growing environmental challenges.

    Currently, driven by a desire to contribute to imaginative solutions that can improve living conditions and create a more acute awareness of the global water situation, she is working on a project of collecting water from fog with scientists at École Polytechnique in Paris, as part of her PhD research.

    Rewakowicz has works in the permanent collections of MACRO (Rome, Italy), MAC (Montreal), MNBAQ (Quebec City), Musée de Joliette (Quebec), and has exhibited in Canada, Europe, South America and the USA. She is the recipient of many awards and grants and her works have been featured in journals, films and books most recently in Bubbletecture published by Phaidon (2019).


    Ana Rewakowicz is an interdisciplinary artist born in Poland, living and working in Montreal and Paris. In Ana Rewakowicz’s work, humans and technology unite to give life to nature.


    Ana Rewakowicz is an interdisciplinary artist and researcher living and working in Montreal, Canada. She works with inflatables and explores relations between temporal, portable architecture, the body and the environment. Her prototype, SleepingBagDress, has been developed at Foam laboratory in Brussels, Belgium


Last Known Location:

  • Montréal, Québec, Canada

Previous Location(s):

  • Paris, Île-de-France, FR

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