Basketcase Commission

Basketcase in Lockdown

During the Covid 19 pandemic Unlimited commissioned Kristina to explore Basketcase in the context of lockdown. Using notions arising from this period of isolation: a reliance on communication through technology, barriers to the outside world, and vast range of associated emotions, behaviours and experiences, Kristina has explored use of new materials like phone charging wires, electric fencing, FRAGILE tape, and materials lying around the house to create new baskets.

Basketcase Commission


This sculpture offers visitors a place to rest, to observe, to peacefully contemplate, and to immerse themselves in the beauty and detail of the forest.

Basketcase Commission

If Only Beds Could Fly

Basketcase, the Unlimited R&D commission, in partnership with the Forest of Dean Sculpture Trust, was in full flow when, before lockdown, the artist had a bad accident, meaning she was confined to bed for two months.

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Exploring resilience and solidarity in the landscape, heritage, and people of the Forest of Dean.

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Commissioned by Quiet Down There, Kristina was one of six artists who have immersed themselves in the world of laundry and the laundrette. The project started from a fascination of the laundrette as a social and creative space and was launched at a time when laundrettes were some of the only high street services operating through lockdown.

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ITV Creates

Throughout 2019, ITV refreshed its on-screen identity for the first time in nearly six years! Each week a different artist was invited to create […]

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Driving Inspiration

Kristina Veasey is a two-time Paralympian having competed in the Sydney 2000 and Athens 2004 Paralympic Games, representing Team GB in wheelchair basketball. Occasionally […]