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Whip-smart, hard-working Polish Artist-turned-Author Ania Bas

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This episode contains a freshly recorded conversation with Ania Bas, a hard-working Polish Artist-turned-Author (based in the UK). Her debut novel Odd Hours revolves around a prickly female protagonist who works in a well-lit, unethical supermarket and lives in a badly-lit zone 3 flatshare. The book contains unidealised migrants, a self-help book-within-a-book, short and sharp poetry and some saucy scenes. The elevator pitch reads: "Odd Hours is a whip-smart social comedy for those of us who feel that life is a game where someone else has stolen the rules." Ania Bas is certainly someone who is living life by her own rules, transitioning mid-career from a socially engaged artist to a novelist. Oriana asks about that transition, the book itself and the important links between Bas's visual arts practice and her writing.
Oriana Fox is a London-based, New York-born artist with a PhD in self-disclosure. She puts her expertise to work as the host of the talk show performance piece The O Show.
Ania Bas is an artist and writer whose work explores how narratives shape understanding, mythology and knowledge of places and people. Her work takes diverse forms to create situations that support dialogue and question existing frameworks of participation. Bas has been commissioned by the Tate, Whitechapel Gallery and Yorkshire Artspace, and her debut novel Odd Hours was published by Wellbeck in June 2022. It is available to purchase in all good bookshops or from bookshop.org
Other works mentioned in the podcast:
Susie Orbach Fat is a Feminist Issue (1978)
The office-sabotaging works of artist Pilvi Takala
Marie Kondo The Life-changing Magic of Tidying (2014)
Credits:
Produced, edited and hosted by Oriana Fox
Introductory Voiceover by John Kilduff, aka Mr. Let's Paint
Original theme song written and performed by Paulette Humanbeing
Special Thanks to Tom Estes, Sven Van Damme, Katie Beeson, Janak Patel and Mimosa House Gallery, London
www.theoshow.live
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This episode contains a freshly recorded conversation with Ania Bas, a hard-working Polish Artist-turned-Author (based in the UK). Her debut novel Odd Hours revolves around a prickly female protagonist who works in a well-lit, unethical supermarket and lives in a badly-lit zone 3 flatshare. The book contains unidealised migrants, a self-help book-within-a-book, short and sharp poetry and some saucy scenes. The elevator pitch reads: "Odd Hours is a whip-smart social comedy for those of us who feel that life is a game where someone else has stolen the rules." Ania Bas is certainly someone who is living life by her own rules, transitioning mid-career from a socially engaged artist to a novelist. Oriana asks about that transition, the book itself and the important links between Bas's visual arts practice and her writing.
Oriana Fox is a London-based, New York-born artist with a PhD in self-disclosure. She puts her expertise to work as the host of the talk show performance piece The O Show.
Ania Bas is an artist and writer whose work explores how narratives shape understanding, mythology and knowledge of places and people. Her work takes diverse forms to create situations that support dialogue and question existing frameworks of participation. Bas has been commissioned by the Tate, Whitechapel Gallery and Yorkshire Artspace, and her debut novel Odd Hours was published by Wellbeck in June 2022. It is available to purchase in all good bookshops or from bookshop.org
Other works mentioned in the podcast:
Susie Orbach Fat is a Feminist Issue (1978)
The office-sabotaging works of artist Pilvi Takala
Marie Kondo The Life-changing Magic of Tidying (2014)
Credits:
Produced, edited and hosted by Oriana Fox
Introductory Voiceover by John Kilduff, aka Mr. Let's Paint
Original theme song written and performed by Paulette Humanbeing
Special Thanks to Tom Estes, Sven Van Damme, Katie Beeson, Janak Patel and Mimosa House Gallery, London
www.theoshow.live
Please rate and review this podcast to help others to find it!
How to Rate and Review a Podcast on iTunes:

  1. First, Search for the Podcast in the Podcasts App. Note: You'll need to look the show up in the app.
  2. From Here, Select the 'Reviews' Tab, Then 'Write a Review'
  3. You'll Then Be Asked to Log in to iTunes.
  4. Then Tap the Stars to Rate the Podcast and Write Your Headline and Review.

How to Rate and Review a Podcast on Spotify
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  2. Hit the “Search” button.
  3. Here you will see “Write a Review” in the top right corner.
  4. You can also give ratings in the form of stars 1-5 (One star for lowest rating and five stars for highest ratings.)
  5. Submit your review.

Visit www.theoshow.live for regular updates or follow us on Instagram.

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