Yulya Valuy, 1997, Novosibirsk

Yulya Valuy (Yulav) is an emerging multimedia artist and musician from Siberia, currently working in Berlin.
Being born in Asian part of Siberia, they have experienced an influence of local Asian communities,
which has consequently grown into favoring Asian art techniques and philosophy, superimposed on their native background.

Yulya began their art experience through street art in the first place, further switched to 3D printing and assemblage sculptures, installation. The educational part in their works is represented by their studies in "The Specialized Educational Scientific Center on Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry and Biology" in their hometown, which is also known as one of the main “spots” of Russian technological change.
In their works Yulav implements the life perspectives, ideas and knowledge from the technical institution in the art world, opening for discussion such topics as virtual identity, modern social interaction systems, simulation hypothesis.

Their art can be seen mostly in Berlin, Saint Petersburg and their hometown, Novosibirsk, including such exhibitions as
“Endorphin Delusion” in GlogauAir, Berlin, several exhibitions and art events arranged by Goethe-Institut.

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