(b 1973United Kingdom. Lives and works in London)
Tash Kahn’s practice is multi-faceted. She works with a variety of different media that bleed into each other through a process of recycling and remaking. Each piece spawns countless others, negating the art object as a discrete whole. Using sculpture, Polaroid, installation, film and collage, she documents the history of everyday life by recording the debris of the present. She is interested in how people engage with art, the conversations it generates and how it makes them feel.