b. 1972 in Australia
Zanny Begg lives and works in Sydney, Australia. Her work revolves around the investigation of politics of space, both in the broader globalised context and at a more specific local one. She is interested in both the architecture of space and the social relationships that construct it. Begg often works collaboratively and these projects include a long term development on gentrification in Redfern, the 2016: Archive Project, with fellow Sydney based artist Keg de Souza. Begg’s recent exhibitions include 'If You See Something, Say Something', Mori Gallery, Sydney, 2007; 'Have the cake and eat it too: Institutionskritik und instituierende Praxen', Kunsthalle Exnergasse, Vienna, 2008, and 'Self Education – Self organization', National Centre for Contemporary Art, Moscow, 2006.