Skeleton as an Ecosystem – Visual Art by Kateryna Repa

Online Open Mic – 2021

Come embrace the fresh and exciting art of Kateryna Repa! Her work brought me into a sense of scientifically examining a magical world, which then invites the feeling that magic is always right in front of us. The combination of shapes, colors, and intricate designs had me absolutely loving it, and I think you will too!


Artist Statement:

In my works in the field of painting, sculpture and media, I touch on the topic of ecology and the impact of human consumption on it, as well as the types of its consequences for the environment and us.

In graphics, these are different manifestations of the human essence, such as it is, in my opinion, at the given moment of development.

I also touch on the topic of evolution and its manifestations, linking it with technologies and their influence, as well as with possible themes of their manifestation. Therefore, in the project “Evolution” I touch upon the topic of possible teleportation, linking it with rapid development and penetration into all aspects of human activity, creating my own reality one after another and superimposing it on the real world, inviting the viewer to plunge into my alternative reality, in which imaginations intersect my literary works and visual designer of clothes and accessories.





Artist:

Kateryna Repa was born in 1979, Odessa (Ukraine). Graduated from Odessa Hydrometeorological University. Lives and works in Odesa. 

Works with painting, graphics, media art, sculpture and art objects. She also participates in personal and collective exhibitions in London,  Berlin, Italy, USA, South Korea, Ukraine etc. Works are in private  collections. 

She participated in the Falling Shadow project in the gardens of Giardini  at the 58th Venice Biennale and G’ART Fair Seoul South Korea, as well  as in the jury of international art competitions in Israel and Russia. In  2020, she was awarded the third International Prize “Leonardo da  Vinci” as a universal artist in Florence.  

In 2016, she published a printed and electronic book, The Adventures  of Lucinda. Participated in the open Eurasian creative festival. Nominee  of the National Literary Award “Writer of the Year 2015”. In 2019, she  

was awarded the Alexander Pushkin medal, and founded the eponymous  brand of women’s clothing and accessories.