Supported by PRO ARTE Foundation and CYLAND Media Art Lab
The artist addresses the philosophical issue of the relationship between the human being and the universe. Although celestial bodies in the cosmos move at enormous speeds, human beings cannot detect these changes, as our lives are too short. There is a theory that nothing in the world takes place without consequences. Does the brief moment of a human life leave a trace in the universe? If so, what kind? Does it annoy the universe, causing chaos to the ordered structure of existence?
Karina Dracheva is a graduate of the School for Young Artists of the PRO ARTE Foundation (2021). Works with graphics and new media. She is interested in the topic of human interaction with the surrounding reality at the emotional-figurative level, contemplation of objects and dialogue with them. Graduated from the St. Petersburg Stieglitz Art Academy, specialized in ceramics and glass (2017) and artistic metal processing (2019). Lives and works in St. Petersburg.