Anastasia Alekseevna                    


Solo show in the venue of Festive Prep for the Finissage,
Galerie der Sozialkasse des Berliner Baugewerbes, Berlin 2020

Illuminations for Big DADA performance festival
Asbestos Art Space, Finland 2019
photos: Lauri Isola

 video loop, cages,  photogram etchings
Installation at Projektraum Galerie M, 2019
photos: Wolfgang Srack, Jarkko Räsänen

Project “Northern Lights”
Analog projected paintings on glass, KulttuuriKauppila Art Centre, Ii, Finland 2019 photos: Jarkko Räsänen

Facades Illuminations
image #1 Linden Center Berlin Leuchtet Light Art Festival 2018, Berlin, Germany
photo: mottto/DUNKELSTROM
image #2-3 Alte Post Fürther Glanzlichter Light Art Festival 2018, Fürth, Germanyphotos: mottto/DUNKELSTROM, Schuhmacher, Kamran Salim/FurthWiki
image #4-6 KulttuuriKauppila Art Centre, Ii, Finland, 2019 photos: Jarkko Räsänen

"SPLATTER", performance, since 2018
photos: Tapio Rantala, Katariina Malo, Plataforma
Light concept and stage desighn, in collaboration with Lola Lustosa performer / text and Jarkko Räsänen sound. Subject of the interdisziplinary performance is a live loop structure studied with caroussel slide projectors, speach and sound loops on stage. Moving image and the soundscape are combined to theatrical gestures resulting into trance psychedelic sessions.

Sweet Pain, 2018 
analog b&w photography, baryte prints mounted on aluminium, 40 x 30 cm
Photogram series “Sweet Pain” was presented at the exhibitions “Sugar”, Food Art Week Paris, “Weird”, Deviation festival Berlin and the duo show “Anastasia Alekseevna & Lauri Isola in Helsinki in 2018.

photopolymer intaglio prints, 2018
image #1 Cosmos 76 x 107 cm
image#2 Micro&Macro #2 50 x 50 cm
image#3 Micro&Macro #3 50 x 50 cm
This series is based on X-Ray images, which are transformed into printed art graphics. Used printing technique is photopolymer intaglio.
image#4 Unfolding I 50 x 50 cm
image#5 Unfolding II 50 x 50 cm
image#6 Unfolding III 50 x 50 cm
In the work Unfolding the image of skake skin, first developed as photogram on flat film, is subsequently transferred into printed art graphics. 

Metamorphosis I-IV, 2016  
analogue photo prints / photopolymer prints
50 x 40 cm, 50 x 70 cm

Metamorphosis contains four framed photogram assemblages, which were first displayed in the group exhibition Time Shapes, Berlin Art Week 2016 and later in the group show 14 x 17 x 4, Lange Nacht der Bilder Lichtenberg, Alte Giesserei Berlin in 2017.

Membranes, 2016 -2018 
image size 15 x 18 cm
I use photogram as method to examine organic materiality between in- and outside of a body, for example skin. Membranes as work in progress is a material and formal study on snake skin structures, executed within the media of analog photography and photopolymer intaglio. This research was presented in the printing department of Academie voor Beeldende Kunst in Gent in 2016 and at the festival of analog photography “analogueNOW!”, BLO Ateliers in Berlin in 2017.

Berlin Food Art Week 2015
The exhibition LEBENSMITTELpunktKUNST, curated by Kerstin Godschalk, took place within the scope of the Berlin Food Art Week 2015. In the venue of the HB55 Kunstfabrik, Berlin I presented three works :
#1 Specific Needs in collaboration with Dennis Rätzel
video sculpture: fridge, video loop , 80 x 60 x 60 cm (image 1-4)
#2 Need is the mother of invention
happening (image  5-9)

#3 Potatoe Beetles
display cabinet: glas, plastic, potatoes, 70 x 50 cm (image 10)

Cave Paintings 2012-2014

These works are consisting of paintings combined with objet trouvé elements. Cave Painings installations were presented in several exhibitions within the venues of Uferhallen in Berlin.
#1 Breathless oil on canvas, 50 x 70 cm (page 1)
#2 Cave installation photo view 1 & 2 (page 2-3)
#3 Cave Painting I oil pastels, acrylic and oil on canvas, 120 x 120 cm (page 4)
#4 Orbis Terrarum mold cultures, acrylic binder, oil on canvas, zinc, bitumen 200 x 280 cm (page 5)
#5 Cave Painting II oil and spray colour on handmade fiber based pape, wood, 60 x 130 cm (page 6)
#6 Fame Pieces spray colour, acrylic and oil on linen, 300 x 400 cm dimensions variable (page 7)