Anastasia Sosunova (b. 1993) is a visual artist based in Vilnius. Sosunova holds a BA in Graphic Art and a MA in Sculpture from the Vilnius Academy of Arts. Her multidisciplinary practice comprising of video, installation, sculpture and graphic art translates between scales, manipulating personal stories and subtle material gestures, following through their entanglements in vaster tales. These are tales about how communities and identities are formed, subsist and come undone. Often this is a practice of noticing and knowing intimately our contexts and the ways in which we interact with them.
Recent exhibitions and screenings include: I: project space, Beijing (2019); Cubitt, London (2019); Contemporary Art Center, Rupert and Editorial, Vilnius (2018); Survival Kit, Riga (2018 and 2019) The Sunroom, Richmond (2018), National Gallery, Prague (2017)
Artist’s website: www.anastasiasosunova.com