Artists: Oksana Chepelyk

LPM Live Performers Meeting 2016 Amsterdam
Edition XVII May 12nd - 14th 2016 | Amsterdam
Audio Visual Performing Artists Meeting
May, 12th 2016, 3:00 pm | May, 15th 2016, 4:00 am
May 12 - 14, 2016
Tolhuistuin, Amsterdam Netherlands, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Oksana Chepelyk

Oksana Chepelyk

Ukraine Kyiv

Ukraine, Kyiv
Oksana Chepelyk 1978-1984 studied Art in Kiev, 1986-1988 in Moscow, 1995 at CIES in Paris, 1996 at Amsterdam University 2003-2004 at UCLA, USA. Residencies: 1996 CREDAC, Paris, 1998 BANFF Centre, Canada, 2001 ARTELEKU, San Sebastian, Spain, FACT, Liverpool, UK, 2000-2002 Bauhaus Dessau, Germany, 2015, DEAC, Budva, Montenegro. 1992-2010 awarded with grants in France, Germany, Spain, USA, Canada, England, Sweden and Montenegro. Her works were shown: 1998 MOMA, New York, 1999 “ART FAIR” Stockholm, Sweden, 1999 Museum of Contemporary Art, Zagreb, Croatia, 2000 German Historical Museum, Berlin, 2001 Munich, Germany, 2000 ISEA, Paris, 2001 Museum of the Arts History, Vienna, Austria, 2002 “SEAFair”, Museum of Contemporary Art, Skopje, Macedonia, 2003, 2007, 20011 Museum of Jurassic Technologies, Los Angeles, USA, 2008 “DIGITAL MEDIA Valencia”, Spain, VII Digital Art Salón, MACZUL Museum of Contemporary Art del Zulia, Maracaibo, Venezuela, 2009, 2010 “ArtVilnius”, Vilnius, Lithuania, 2010 “Sarajevo Winter” Art Biennale, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, 2011 Broad Art Center, Los Angeles, USA, Art Arsenal Museum, Kiev, 4th Biennale of Contemporary Art, Moscow, Russia, 6th Tashkent Biennale of Contemporary Art, Uzbekistan (Award), 2012 1st Kyiv International Biennale of Contemporary Art ARSENALE, MMOMA, Russia, 2013 Sarajevo Museum, Bosnia and Herzegovina, MMOMA, Russia; 2014 International Festival "Sarajevo Winter 2014", B&H; IX ART-KYIV Contemporary, Art Arsenal National Museum Complex, Kyiv, Ukraine; “Long Path to Freedom”, Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art, Chicago, USA; 2015 “Decompression: Coming Up for Air” Festival “L’Ukraine – Scene libre”, Paris, France; “Borderline. Ukrainian Art 1985-2004”, PinchukArtCentre, Kyiv; “The File” – Electronic Language International Festival, the Sesi-SP’s Art Gallery in Centro Cultural Fiesp – Ruth Cardoso, Sao Paolo, Brazil; DEAC, Montenegro. She has been working with experimental video films since 1994. Her films were shown and awarded within different film, video and new media festivals: in Kiev, New York, London, Tallinn, St. Petersburg, Osnabruck, Montecatini, Linz, Moscow, Paris, Berlin, Oberhausen, Liverpool, Belo Horizonte, Karlovy Vary and Venice /A category/, Chisinau, Weimar, Tel-Aviv, Ankara, Pesaro, Santa Fe, Stuttgart, Barcelona, Berdiansk, Sebastopol, Sarajevo and Clermont-Ferrand. From 1993 she organised 11 curatorial exhibitions (Ukraine, France, USA, Canada, Brazil, Kazakhstan and Germany), 15 solo exhibitions in Europe and America, and participated in a number of joint exhibitions (Russia, Germany, Lithuania, Ukraine, France, USA, Sweden, Croatia, Brazil, Austria, Macedonia, Bosnia and Herzegovina). 1999 A.I.D.O. FilmVideo Award, Italy. 2013 Cinemadamare Award at Venice IFF, Italy. Since 2003 Oksana is a leading researcher at Modern Art Research Institute of Ukraine and author of the several articles and book “The Interaction of Architectural Spaces, Contemporary Art and New Technologies”. 2003 Werklietz Award 2003 at EMAF, Osnabruck, Germany. In 2007 she has founded the INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL OF SOCIAL SCULPTURE in Kiev. 1997 and 2007 ArtsLink Award and Independent Projects Award, USA. 2003, 2010 Fulbright Awards, USA. 2011 – 6th Tashkent Biennale Award, Uzbekistan. 2013 – Artraker Award nomination, UK.



  • Thursday, 12 May 2016 // Friday, 13 May 2016