Come What May Not

Come What May Not. Boys

2022 MP4, 2500 x 1738, 30 ''

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I Am (S)He, Who Is a Living Log

2022 MP4, 2000 x 1462, 15 '' Based on the artwork from Aksenov Family Foundation Collection

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Happy are bunnies and squirrels, happy are boys and girls

2022 MP4, 2000 x 1510, 14 '' Based on the artwork from Aksenov Family Foundation Collection

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Come What May Not. Seraphim

2022 MP4, 1600 x 1600, 5 ''

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Ulyana Podkorytova

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Ulyana Podkorytova (b. 1984, Bryansk, Russia) is an artist, who explores the problems of loss of identity in the era of globalization and post-folklore. She works in video, voice performance, sculpture, and graphics. Podkorytova graduated from Moscow State University of Printing Arts (faculty of Graphic Arts) and Moscow School of Photography and Multimedia named after A. Rodchenko (Video Art workshop). She studied extended vocal techniques in Natalia Pshenichnikova's Voice laboratory, attended Sainkho Namchylak's master classes of throat singing, Shelley Hirsch's vocal performances, and Nadezhda Mironova's folk singing classes. Awards and grants: 2017 Shortlisted for the Innovation Prize, New Generation nomination; 2020 Shortlisted for the Sergey Kuryokhin Award, The Best Media Object nomination; 2020-2021 Winner of the Garage Grant Program in Support of Emerging Artists; 2021 Shortlisted for 13th Kandinsky Prize, Young Artist of the Year nomination; 2021 Winner of the all-Russian competition of projects for young artists Nova Art 8. Selected solo exhibitions: 2016 Kosaya, Start Project, WINZAVOD Contemporary Art Center, Moscow; 2019 Rai’ok, Triumph gallery, Moscow; 2021 Blackie’s Autograph, FABRIKA Centre for Creative Industries, Moscow.