Since 2011


Art-activism, institutional criticism, critical and political, anti-esthetics




Stages the project implementation:



Art Aktivist



Starting the portal







Art Terrorism



Video, 5 min.


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Art Terrorism  (From Partisans to Activism)


Total installation

Specially for exhibition The Journey to the EastGaleria Arsenal, Bialystok, Poland


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Pussy Riot logo



Logo for the group Pussy Riot






Artivist Global Tour


2012 – 2014

Photo project

In collaboration with Roman Svechnikov


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Wozu Poesie?



Photo installation


Exhibition Wozu Poesie?, Akademie der Künste, Berlin, Germany, 2013


— poet: Sabine Scho, Deutschland, part of the project Wozu Poesie?, 2013

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The project was displayed at the exhibitions:

2016, ZBOR. Belarusian Art MovementIzolyatsia, Kyiv, Ukraine

2015, ZBOR, Arsenal Gallery, Bialystok, Poland

2014, Protest. Culture. Policy. 2014, Center for Art and Urbanistics, Berlin, Germany

2013, Wozu Poesie?The Frankfurter Buchmesse 2013, Frankfurt, Germany

2013, Manifest in the Presence of the Viewer, Azgur Museum, Minsk, Belarus

2013, Wozu Poesie?Akademie der Künste, Berlin, Germany

2013, Wozu Poesie?, Galerie KUB, Leipzig, Germany

2012, Hole Mole, Aula Gallery, Poznan, Poland

2012, inSpiracje International Art Festival, Szczecin, Poland

2012, Banners and Diaries, parallel program of the festival Artisterium’5, Literary Museum, Tbilisi, Georgia

2012, Young Belarusian Art, the main program of the Festival of Private Collections, flat Mr. Simon Mraz, Moscow, Russia

2012, The Radius оf Zero. The Ontology оf Art-Zero, Horizon Plant, Minsk, Belarus

2011, The Journey to the East, Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCAK), Krakow, Poland

2011, The Journey to the East, Arsenal Gallery, Bialystok, Poland

2011, The Journey to the East, Polish Institute, Kiev, Ukraine

2011, Im Osten Viel Neues (J // K // M // W), Gallery of the Polish Institute, Dusseldorf, Germany