Olga Klimovitskaya

Olga Klimovitskaya is a multimedia artist, b. 1981 (Kazakhstan). She lives in London. Graduated from Iosif Bakshtein Institute of Contemporary Art in 2017 with a course New Methods in Contemporary Art.
Olga is a co-founder and resident of APXIV, an artist-run art collective and space.

She participated in the Parallel Program of the 6th Moscow International Biennial of Young Art (APXIV, Moscow, 2018), Copenhagen Art Week 2019 (Copenhagen Contemporary, 2019), Postindustrial APXINALLE (A.S. Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts of the Urals, Ekaterinburg, 2020).
Among the group exhibitions are Land of Musem (PERMM Museum of Contemporary Art, Perm, 2019), Presence International Festival of Contemporary Photography (Port Sevkabel, St. Petersburg, 2019, 2020), Communities and Spaces (CCA Vinzavod, Moscow, 2019), Support Group (Cube.Moscow, Moscow, 2020), First Altai Biennial of Contemporary Art (Ust-Koksinsk District, Altai, 2020), and the 7th International Public Art Festival Art Prospect (Gaza DK, St. Petersburg, 2020).
Olga works both with traditional media: installations and sculpture, and with digital: video games, augmented reality, 3D sculptures, moving images. Her research also includes immersive and procedural practices.