Katya Bochavar is an artist, designer, sculptor and exhibition expert. She was the architect of the Russian Pavilion at the 53th Venice Biennale of Contemporary Art (Venice, 2009) and a number of exhibitions at the Bibakov Аrt Projects venue (Moscow 2008-2010). She created and curated the GROUND project (established in 2014, Moscow), authored and curated the «Course in Holistic Combinatorics» at «The School of A Young Artist» organised by the PRO ARTE Foundation (2018).
Katya Bochavar сurated The Exhibition “Shalyapin KHMAT” for The Third Biennale of Museum Design in Fedor Shalyapin Memorial Apartment: “KHMAT stands for the Art Interdisciplinary Anti-Theatre. Art – because the artist, in the broad sense of the word, is our major focal point. Interdisciplinary – because today the most interesting things happen in a context with blurred genre boundaries. Anti – for us it means not so much “against” as “vis-a-vis”. Theatre – because what is happening with the theatre today is unprecedented, it encapsulates all the most important things, also from the point of view of contemporary art”.