Ana Cvorovic, b. 1981, Sarajevo, lives and works in London.
Ana Cvorovic came to the UK with her family in 1989, fleeing the impending civil war in Former Yugoslavia. A student at Chelsea College of Art, Brighton University and the Royal College of Art, Cvorovic's installation-based work considers the role of borders and boundaries and the psychological effects of war and migration.
In 2017 Cvorovic was shortlisted for the Mark Tanner Sculpture Award and in 2018 she became the recipient of the a-n Artist Bursary Award. Her work has been exhibited internationally and across the UK including Pi Artworks, Collyer Bristow, Backlit Gallery, Maddox Arts, Ben Uri and The Koppel Project, as well as specially curated sections of Art15 and Ch.ACO art fair, selected by Kathleen Soriano and Cecilia Fajardo-Hill. In 2018 she participated in the 'Who Are We' project in association with Counterpoints Arts at Tate Exchange.
Her current project 'Borders Unfold' saw her travelling to Utica, NY to pursue a research residency working with the local refugee community and will culminate in a solo exhibition at Pi Artworks London in 2019 with the support of Arts Council England.
Čvorović's work is part of the Saatchi collection as well as numerous private collections.