Ekaterina Golubina, artist and curator, was born in USSR in 1977, In 2014 she finished Goldsmiths, University of London. She several years lived in London. From 2008 to 2010 she studied technique “photorealism” in private studio Damien Hirst. She works with social projects, involving a lot of people in process, creates interactive installations in alternative spaces, using a combination of new materials with building recycling materials of the Soviet period, makes painting. Over the past two years after the end of Goldsmiths and the return to her hometown, Ekaterina introduced local people that educated on the aesthetics of socialist realism with public-art in abandoned and neglected spaces. Through participation people received experience of development of urban spaces. In her projects she raises a series of relevant and urgent questions that put to the test and open up notions of histories, materialisms, mobility, borders, freedom and control. Ekaterina works with formal and informal organizations local and international level, takes part in forums, conferences and seminars. At the moment^ she is painting a collection thet reflects ideas from her latest public-art project
"The place of meeting", made at Teriberka, The Arctic region of Russia.