A performance artist, writer, theater director, and filmmaker, Fyodor Pavlov-Andreevich creates work that explores the relationship between the hidden and exposed, and the role of ritual in visual art.
About Fyodor Pavlov-Andreevich
Fyodor Pavlov-Andreevich creates unique photographs using Stereo-vario, an original technology that makes plain images three-dimensional and animated, without the use of 3-D glasses. Pavlov-Andreevich gives his prints the illusion of space and depth, thereby generating a form of “performative photography.” His diverse body of work explores “the relationship between the hidden and the exposed, over and underexposure, communication (at times, anonymous) between artist and his audience, and the role of ritual in visual art.” Pavlov-Andreevich wears many hats as an artist practicing in Brazil, a museum director in Russia, and a curator, writer, theater director, and filmmaker in England, and is the 2015 recipient of the Kuryokhin Art Award’s Grand Prix for his “Performance Carousel.”
Russian, b. 1976, Moscow, Russia