Natasa Biza

b. 1969, Athens. Lives and works in Greece.

The artist applies methods that are culled from the fields of archaeology, history and anthropology such as archival research and interviews. Through analyzing her findings she raises issues and questions authority concerning the power of institutions such as archives, libraries and museums to produce knowledge and the politics of memory in the ordinary activities of collecting, storing, preserving, archiving and exhibiting.





Tue-Wed-Fri-Sat-Sun 10:00-18:00,
Thu 10:00-22:00
Mon closed

Holiday opening hours
24, 25, 26, 31 December 2017 & 1 & 6 January 2018: closed
Full ticket 3€ Pupils-students 1,5€ Groups 1€ per person Admission free for certain groups with a valid ID Every Thursday the admission is free of charge


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