I am a visual artist from Tbilisi, Georgia currently living in Berlin and Kiel.
I focus on themes such as interdependencies that develop between mother and child and patterns of psychic processes that are complex and abstract, such as emotional attachment, will to self-optimisation and consequent moral patterns, that result in multiple ways of human expressions such as words, motion and etc. My works are thoughts about visual manifestations of these processes, which often result in the metaphoric relation between a figurative or cubic form and a negative space.
My working media are oil, drawing, and printmaking techniques such as silkscreen, linoleum printing, and woodcut.
I completed my bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Fine Arts at the Tbilisi State Academy of Art, including a one-year exchange program at the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome. Since graduation, I have been working independently as an artist and parallelly teaching art. Last year I received a one-year DAAD scholarship for my postgraduate studies in Kiel at the Muthesius Art Academy where I develop my project together with Professor Piotr Nathan and learn new printing techniques.