Viktoriia Rosentsveih

Viktoriia Rosentsveih (b. 2001, Nova Kakhovka, Kherson region) is a Ukrainian artist who works in graphic techniques, supplementing them with digital technologies if necessary. Recently, she got interested in new media and actively experiments with the form of artistic work, combining her activities with traditional graphic techniques. She works and researches the topics of the city, urban planning, urbanism, human interaction with the city, Soviet architecture and the past and their interaction with the modern world and society. From 2018 to 2022, she studied at the Faculty of Free Graphics at NAOMA and was also an exchange student in Professor Hendrik Dorgathen's comics and illustration class at the Kunsthochschule Kassel. She was a participant in the following group exhibitions: "Your Names, Ukraine", Korsakiv Museum of Contemporary Art, Lutsk (2021), "Avangard", a festival of contemporary art, Lviv Palace of Arts (2021), "Graphic Days", a festival of graphics, Turin (2021), "Christmas exhibition", exhibition hall of the National Union of Artists of Ukraine (NUAU), Kyiv (2019), "Female portrait", exhibition hall of the NUAU, Kherson (2019). In 2022, in Kassel, she participated in the presentation of "Citizenship Ukraine" at Documenta 15 and, together with Kana Nishimori, co-curated "How I do not forget and forget" with her own project "People, feeling, thoughts" at Haus Berneburg.