Ksenia Galkina was born in 1988 in Krasnoyarsk, graduated from the Faculty of Journalism of the Federal University of Siberia, in 2016 she graduated from the Rodchenko Art School, Moscow
Over the past few years she has been working with video and photography. She reflects on the subject of the non-material existence of man and objects, on digitalizing and «zeroing» the space and actions. In her works the artist translates herself into a hologram. It calls into a question the necessity of physical existence for cognition. Rethinking the daily rituals of a human, Kseniia Galkina captures the existence of a new kind of life that reforms cognition.
Her projects participated in many russian exhibitions and festivals such as: The Kuryohin Prize – 2017 (short list, Saint-Petersburg), 5th Moscow International Biennale for Young Art (Moscow), special programm of International Kansk video festival (Moscow), VI International Media Art Festival (Krasnoyarsk), 6th Moscow biennale (Moscow).