Anzhelika Gonchar: Work from the series “Body destruction 1”

2019; sculpture, plaster bandage, varnish; real size

Description:
“Body destruction”
The project is a reflection on the topic of death, an attempt to show it through a woman’s body, beautiful and fragile, very vulnerable, and not eternal. It’s a chance to think about life and the fact that it flies by unnoticed, about how we gradually disappear.
The project is an investigation of the death topic and an attempt to visualize it, all sculptures are made from plaster bandage, which symbolize the fragility of human body. These moulds are made from my body with no outside help and that’s why it is an attempt to let the death topic path through me, understand it and feel its nearing.
technique: sculpture, plaster bandage, varnish
The project was created in the year 2019.

About artist: Gonchar Anzhelika
Gonchar Anzhelika Oleksandrivna was born in 1989 in Kyiv. In 2012 she graduated from the Dnieper Theater and Art College with a theater artist degree. Lives and works in Kyiv.

2018 – “Project Parade” at the Taras Shevchenko National Museum with the project “Tochka boli”,
2018 – kyivphotoweek 2018 with the project “Tochka boli”.
2019 – personal exhibition “alium” in the Lavra Gallery.
2019 – participation with the project “Alium” in the charity event ART SAVED LIFE in Masterskaya.
2020 – participation with the “dissolution” project in “Habitat. Manifesto 2020” in the Lavra Gallery.
2020 – participation in the ART SAVED LIFE charity event at the Lavra Gallery.
2020 – participation in the Destruction Numb project in SANSARA: III Ukrainian Contemporary Women’s Art Fest 2020
2021 – participation in the project of visual art VISIOCRACY in the institute of problems of contemporary art within the XIII platform of cultural initiatives “Latest directions”.
2021 – online exhibitions “Gravity” and the international online auction, the organizers of the online gallery and auction house TimaxArt in partnership with the NGO “Ukrainian Association for Women’s Studies in Art” (UAFRA) with the project Numb
The work from the Numb series is in a private collection in Texas, USA.

Publications:
– Kyivphotoweek magazine 2018
– Project Parade magazine 2018