Installations

special project for UNICEF

special project for UNICEF

Through her special project for UNICEF in Belarus Maria creates a metaphorical try-walking-in my shoes metaphor in order to display the stories of the most vulnerable of us - children

Cargo-200

Cargo-200

On February 24, 2022, Russia invaded Ukraine. The inhuman violence of what the Russian Federation calls "the special military operation" as well as the courage of the Ukrainians shocked humanity.

Puzzle to Puzzle

Puzzle to Puzzle

Through her installation the artist tries to raise the awareness of the social reality of the orphans and to collect funds dedicated to train 30 foster care volunteers - families who are willing to share their love and bring a true New Year Eve to orphan's lives.

Without Candies

Without Candies

The installation points out the real child's need and the effective, involving way to help and bring some care to orphans' lives, different from the shallowness of the candy wrappers.

Social immortality

Social immortality

An immersive installation will eagerly question the "future of the death" and how the fundamental notion of death will evolve in the social context of technocratic society.

No Hugs And Kisses

No Hugs And Kisses

Maria brings together the whole palette of emotional changes that the humanity went through with the coronavirus pandemic. "What experiences have we discovered in ourselves, and which have passed unnoticed by the mind? It was important for me to "anchor" emotions and new habits of behaviour - and the installation appeared as a reflection, a reflection of these rapid social shifts ».

DRYGVA

DRYGVA

An installation that got to the final shortlist official selection for the Belarusian pavilion of Venice Biennale. A complex study of collective and personal identity though a metaphor of swamp - one of the most powerful symbols of Belarusian historical background.