A collection of XR/AR/VR projects and experiments created with various collaborators in the past 3 years
A long-term research project which includes a series of performance-based art workshops for Central Asian women that have experienced migration.
A one-woman show exposing the idiosyncrasies of a migrant identity while also playing with exaggerated theatrical clichés.
A lockdown video work that explores the stereotypes young Central Asians encounter on daily basis by emphasising the complexity of my personal relationships with Moscow and Tashkent
A theatre performance loosely based on Tom Stoppard's Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead and texts by Derek Jarman.
A theatre performance about love (spoiler: and death), robots, intrusive advertising and the difficulties of creating a family on a deserted planet.
A theatre performance based on Berries (Yagody), a storybook by Russian mathematician Roman Mikhaylov.
Costume and prop design for a theatre piece inspired by Jon Fosse's work.
Costume and character design for a live theatre performance by Fanis Sakellariou.
An evening of interdisciplinary performance by a group of international artists at Reinbeckhallen, Berlin.
A theatre performance based on Dostoevsky's Demons.
A scenographic performance experiment by Olga Ntenta.
Costume design and visual dramaturgy for a performance by Violeta M. Valcheva.
Costume interpretation and production for various performance companies in Russia and China.
Designs for short festival films produced in the UK.
A semi-improvised performance about failure, Maria Callas, and drills.
A physical theatre piece, based loosely on Freud’s theories of psychoanalysis and Jung’s archetypes.
A site-adaptive interactive performative experience based on the characters of The Oceanographer.
Costume design for a play by Valentin Kataev.
A collection of dramatic fashion / wearable art inspired by the eponymous Shakespeare play.
A pure experiment with sculpture-esque forms and garment construction.
A minimalistic four-piece collection inspired by the nature of Karelia.
A 'de-constructive' study of Uzbek traditional clothing.