London-based Greek Multidisciplinary Artist and Curator, Christina Mitrentse’s work is concerned with certain esoteric qualities of cultural construction where she uses manifold processes of drawing, screen-print, site-specific installation, vintage book-sculptures, (Wounded Books), BookScapes, collages, and conceptual appropriation to freely create new narratives and poetic ensembles of temporary idiosyncratic institutions i.e. schools, libraries, museums and churches.
Mitrentse is also known for inventing an ongoing initiative, entitled ‘Add To My Library’ designed to provoke changes in the function of the material book while de-institutionalising it in the process. A prolific systematic methodology entitled #BDF Bibliographic Data Flow compiles favourite book titles/authors selected by international contributors each adding to an infinitive, yet performative Meta-Library.
Her work has also been in major publications such as The Word Is Art and Thames & Hudson. Mitrentse’s work has been exhibited in many shows including Tate Modern, The Royal Academy and London Art Fair. At Studio 73, Mitrentse’s collage work and screenprints show some of her skills and talent that truly exemplify her artistic truth.