Angelica Mesiti is a video, performance and installation artist based in Sydney and Paris. She uses cinematic filming devices to make studies of diverse human subjects in heightened states of rapture and performance. Her work Citizens Band (2012) premiered in NEW12 at the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art and has recently been exhibited in the 13th Istanbul Biennial, Turkey. Mesiti has participated in a number of significant international exhibitions including the Aichi Triennial, Japan; Auckland Triennial, New Zealand; the Sharjah Biennial, United Arab Emirates; and the Kochi-Muziris Biennale, India(all 2013). She is also the recipient of various awards and fellowships including the Anne Landa Award for Video and new media at the Art Gallery of New South Wales (2013), the AFTRS Creative Fellowship Award (2011) and the 58th Blake Prize for Religious and Spiritual Art (2009).
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Angelica Mesiti is represented by Anna Schwartz Gallery.