Olga Fedorova is an artist working at the intersection of photography, painting, digital imaging and installation. Using three-dimensional digital rendering software, Fedorova creates forms that resemble ready-made models and inserts them into spaces and landscapes typified by their aseptic, clinical sterility and detached, impersonal ambience. Fedorova’s images, with their surreal, dystopian presentation, evoke uneasy, dreamlike states that feel both familiar and alien, comforting and disturbing.
Olga Fedorova (b. 1980) was born in Moscow, Russia and currently lives and works in Brussels, Belgium. She received her M.A. in painting from ENSAV, Brussels.
Her works and projects have been the subject of solo and group exhibition in galleries and museums across Europe. Most recently, her work has been included in group shows at Annka Kultys Gallery, London and in the exhibition Escaping the Digital Unease (curated by Domenico Quaranta) at Kunsthaus Langenthal, Switzerland. In 2016, the artist presented a solo show, The Inevitability of a Strange World, at Liebaert Projects in Kortrijk, Belgium, as well as a virtual solo exhibition at offspace.xyz. Fedorova’s work has also been included in group shows at leading European galleries, including: In De Ruimte, Ghent; Pulsar, Antwerp; & Russiantearoom Gallery, Paris. Fedorova’s video works have been included in virtual exhibitions for The Wrong Biennale, DaDa Club Online, Felt Zine, and Blockedart.com.
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PAST EXHIBITIONS AT ANNKA KULTYS
16 NOVEMBER – 16 DECEMBER 2017