Who are you?
I am a multidisciplinary artist working in sculpture, installation and performance fields.
What are you strongly convinced of?
I am sure that I came here to present beauty for everyone around.
What activity brings you the pure joy?
Why this way of self-expression? What does it mean to you?
I explore various ways of self-expession using mixed media. For example, right now I'm making the videoart where I use my animated hand-written pictures. I am also writing the performance script, embroidering the suit, draw, sewing an object. All of these must come together, as a puzzle. Organically taking all the time I have, this became my lifestyle.
How would you describe your art in there words? (Or more)
Sublimation through touchable materials.
If you could create ideal conditions for art creation, what would that be?
I wouldn't leave my studio, nor got distracted by everyday life and other stranger things.
Society development after the pandemic - how do you see it - will there be any novelties in minds, technics, society in general?
People will appreciate personal, tactile contacts, more.
If you decide to disappear, what message are you sending to your audience?
I would insert pieces of my energy into my object amulets. Anyone receiving would feel this message differently.
Your favourite books/movies/personalities etc.
I am interested in words pathology, felt on a physical level. It can be seen in works of Andrei Platonov, Alexey Remizov and Vladimir Nabokov. Also I am interested in personality of Virginia Woolf, as in one of the first women writers, who made female artist rights a point. "A Room of One's Own" essay is still a very special theme for me, and I am actually searching for the room of my own. I also love films that can be seen as videoart. All Lars von Trier films, Hiroshi Teshigahara and Matthew Barney. The last one is an artist who made video art epic "Kremaster", which implies to me as encyclopedia of motion beauty, captured in cinema form.
Daring female artists, who showed their worlds inside the art world, beginning with Meret Oppenheim and ending with Laure Pruvost, introducing the French pavilion on the last Venice Biennale.