The work of Olga Fedorova is as visually complex as it is seductive. She works at the intersection of photography, painting, digital imaging and installations. Using three-dimensional software Fedorova creates forms that resemble ready-made models and inserts them into spaces and landscapes typified by their aseptic, clinical sterility and detached, impersonal ambience. The images of Fedorova, with their surreal, dystopian presentation, evoke uneasy, dreamlike states that feel both familiar and alien, comforting and disturbing.
Olga Fedorova (RU, 1980) lives and works in Brussels. Her work and projects have been shown in solo and group exhibitions in galleries and museums across Europe. Most recently, she had solo & duo exhibitions at Tatjana Pieters, Ghent (BE) with Joachim Coucke, Mudel, Deinze (BE), Watermans Arts Centre, London (UK), Ojartspace, Istanbul (TU) and Palazzo San Giuseppe, Polignano a Mare BA (IT), Art4museum Moscow (RU) and Annka Kultys Gallery, London (UK). She has participated in group shows at Safari studio, Kortrijk (BE), Biënnale van België, Floraliënhal Ghent (BE), Electromuseum, Moscow (RU) and Future gallery, Berlin (DE). In 2020. Fedorova’s video works have been included in virtual exhibitions such as The Wrong Biennale, DaDa Club Online and Felt Zine. Her work can also be found on the crypto currency bidding platform Foundation.
Courtesy Tatjana Pieters