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Daria Gamulina

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Daria Gamulina was born in Ukraine, received her academic art education in St Petersburg and is currently studying for her Masters at Central Saint Martins College in London. She call herself an explorer of dark holes and considers that art it is only thing that remains after us. In her own unique way, she likes to mix classical traditions and provocations, social and personal, tragedy of posthuman era and hope. In her art, you can see human feelings without human depiction. She uses grey peyna oil paints which give you the feeling that is it painted using ash. Her work is full of nostalgia and hope. This gives a feeling of the fragility of life and also its beauty.

Daris’s main areas of interests are: posthumanism, the future, randomness of victims, the vulnerable side of beauty, mammals and corals, animal rights, multimedia installations, oil paintings, and performance and activism. In Spielberg’s movie, Empire of the Sun, the boy Jim remarks that the Hiroshima explosion was like God taking a photograph’. What you will see when God takes a photograph? - a random cocktail with a card on the table, empty cans, maybe someone's hand or just a broken flower on the table. Artists make enormous flash in there. Try to understand what you feel the first second before eternal darkness - the final flash which gives a beautiful moment of hope.

Thus, art gives us strength to be a romantic and believe in the beauty of this world. Daria has participated in European art fairs such as the Suomi Art Fair (FI, Helsinki) and the SWAb in Barcelona Art Fair. Her art works are also housed in private collections around the world.