Born in Moscow, Ilya Fedotov-Fedorov works with sculptures, installations, and videos to explore themes of the Other, self-identity, ecology, and foreignness . Through scientific and museological collection/classification strategies, the artist deconstructs human attitude in relationship to nature, gender, and the body.
Ilya Fedotov-Fedorov has exhibited at Kunsthaus Baselland, Muttenz; The 4th Ural Industrial Biennial of Contemporary Art, Ekaterinburg; and Moscow Museum of Modern Art, Moscow among others.fedotovfedorov.com
Residents from Russia
Kubra Khademi considers herself as a multidisciplinary artist. Interested in subjects of female identity such as sexuality, she has—for the past few years—been creating performances and performative videos where her body is always at the center. Recently, using personal stories as raw material for art, she has returned to her drawing practices of self-portraits and images of women.
Kubra Khademi has exhibited work at Galerie Eric Mouchet, Paris; MUCEM, Marseille; and Palais de Tokyo, Paris, among others.
Anu Ramdas is an artist and spiritual seeker based in Copenhagen, Denmark. In her artistic practice, Ramdas attention is drawn towards the multi-dimensional archive of her own sensed reality and the complexity between the idea and the sensed; the detectable and the undetectable. Influenced by her Indian heritage, Ramdas´ work also echoes an interest in lens-based technology, astrophysics and esoteric science.
Anu Ramdas has exhibied work at Museum of Religious Art, Lemvig; He Art Museum, Foshan; and SAVVY Contemporary, Berlin, among others.