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Lesia Vasylchenko (born in Kyiv, Ukraine based in Oslo, Norway) works across a range of media including video, photography and installation. In her research-based practice Vasylchenko is looking into encounters between visual cultures, media technologies and chronopolitics. She is a co-curator of the artist-run gallery space Podium and a founder of STRUKTURA. Time, a cross-disciplinary initiative for research and practice within the framework of visual arts, media archaeology, literature, and philosophy. She holds a degree in Journalism from the Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv and Fine Arts from Oslo National Academy of the Arts. Vasylchenko have been recently shown among others at the MUNCH Museum; Henie Onstad Art Center; Oslo Kunstforening; Nitja Centre for Contemporary Art. Her work is part of the collection of Museum of Contemporary Art KIASMA / Finnish National Gallery in Helsinki, Finland.

January / Exhibition: Feels Like Home, The Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma; Finnish National Gallery, Helsinki
March / Solo exhibition: Punishment Of Endlessness, Sandefjord Kunstforening
April / 
Solo exhibition: CHRONOSPHERE, Oslo Kunsthall
May / Exhibition: Future Fair; Chelsea Industrial New York
May / Artist talk: Chronopolitics Of Photographic Image, Bibliotheca Hertziana – Max Planck Institute for Art History in Rome
May / Artist talk: TBA, Trondheim

September / Solo exhibition: TBA, Gyldepris Kunsthall, Bergen

Exhibition: TBA, Spriten Kunsthall
Solo exhibition: TBA, ADIACENZE Bologna




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