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𝕾𝖔 π•·π–”π–“π–Œ π•Ώπ–π–Š 𝕻𝖆𝖙𝖍


Solo Exhibition @ Charraudeau Contemporary 




So long the path I walk
Among the hills and rocks,
I leave no trace for wolves,
Bridge will burn, ship will sink.

No mercy, no revenge
I just will run away.
I don’t have time to wait,
Distance needs no response.

My face behind the hood
No one should see as cute.
The sun comes from above:
Path is passed, time to love.







Katya is an art creator living between big cities (Berlin-Moscow-Paris). She describes her practice as making everything possible with a greater focus on recycling the waste of the consumer society and rethinking fashion trends and philosophy. Katya works intensively to create her own fantasy and pseudo scientific reality through installations, sculptures, painting and computer graphics. She looks at the world with female empathy, deep sympathy for the planet and environmental issues. She sings a song on behalf of lost civilizations, inviting us on a journey across exoplanets (Video "And We Were Just Like You Millennia Ago"). She reminds us of the helplessness and disorganization of world politicians in the face of global cataclysms (Video "The Victory Of The Slime"). Katya does not hide her love for toxic materials, which symbolize for her the poisonous absurdity of reality, which at the same time gives a taste for life. Like in "American Beauty" movie, where the flying bag was seen as the most beautiful paradox in the lives of the characters in the film, we see the transformation of plastic bags from garbage into fine art. Katya may turn out to be one of the new heroines of post cyber feminism, these computer literate girls who, through the aesthetics of a plastic barbie house and elven princesses armed with a sword, fight for the important role of sensual post Internet art.