Artist (Bilder, Kunstobjekte)
Year of birth 1974
Origin Saint-Petersburg, Russia
Lives in Switzerland since 2014, Basel
Background Mathematics, IT, Pharmaceutics
Participated in exhibitions:
Group: 2015/Frontofbicycle Art Exhibition 23 international artists/Haupt – Ort fur Gestaltung/ Basel/Switzerland
Group: 2016/Internationale AUSSTELLUNG fur moderne und aktuelle Kunst MODERN WOMAN IN ART /Basel Art Center/ Basel/Switzerland
Group: 2016/Frontofbicycle Pop Up Art Exhibition “Riders in Blue”/Basel Art Center/ Basel/Switzerland
Group: 2016/Internationale KUNSTAUSSTELLUNG SEEKING PEACE: figurative or abstract art/Basel Art Center/ Basel/Switzerland
Solo: 2017/”Mironov in the Mirror”/Centrepoint ArtWall/ Basel/Switzerland
Group: 2017/Frontofbicycle Pop Up Art Exhibition “Cocktails”/Frontofbicycle Pop Up Gallery/ Basel/Switzerland
Solo: 2018/Private opening/Private/Basel/Switzerland
Group: 2019/Frontofbicycle at Rheinsprung/Rheinsprung/Basel/Switzerland
Group: 2019/Bouqu’in Ferrette & Art/La salle de l’ancien tribunal a Ferrette/Ferrette/France
Solo: 2020/”Sqared[Un]certaintY”/Centrepoint ArtWall/ Basel/Switzerland
Group: 2020/Kunst in Reinach/Gemeindehaus/Reinach/Switzerland
Came to creating art objects since 2010 by working on the problem of ‘resurrection’ old yet meaningful photos, made on simple devices.
In preparing them as large photographs, I came upon very unexpected results. It turned out that the potential of such images was substantially higher than just ‘beloved memories’, every image contained its hidden mathematics and could be developed into something unknown yet carrying its basic sense.
More and more ‘hands’ were needed to be put on, but it paid off, and there are many revelations and excitement still on their way.
In my presented body of work ‘Augmented Irreality’ I study the nature of perception of the pictures undergoing the massive digital touch and evolving through the uncertainty yet staying the real-looking ones. How could one, by picturing light and air the special way, bring or saturate or finetune the emotional dimension of specially composed pictures based on my original photos? Can one add timeline into the picture? What would happen if one would take a family of pictures in solely purpose to create a new art object reflecting the emotional ambiguity of our existing today? By manipulating my personal home-made structures and images I’m trying to reveal as much as I can find on this way.