Zanny Begg is a Sydney based artist and filmmaker who is interested in exploring the archeology of contested history/ies and the architecture of social change. She works with film, drawing and installation to explore ways in which we can live and be in the world differently: this has included working with macro-political themes, such as alte-globalization protests, and in micro-political worlds, such as with kids in prison.
Her recent films include Doing Time (2014) How to Blow Up a Bubble That Won’t Burst (2015) and 1001 Nights in Fairfield (2015). Her films have screened at Antenna Documentary Film Festival (2015), FILMETS Babalona Film Festival, Barcelona (2014), Diagonale Film Festival Graz (2013), Ok Video Festival, Jakarta (2013), Artspace Sydney (2012) Queensland Gallery of Modern Art (2012) the Berlin Biennial (2012), eva International, Limerick Biennial of Visual Art (2012), Sharjah Biennale, United
Arab Emirates (2011), Istanbul Biennale (2009) and the Taipei Biennial (2008).