INESSA KALABEKOVA

Art

“Natural Rhythms: Echoes of Ancient Harmony”

Upon my return from London, I meticulously finished the tapestry and diligently crafted the third proposal for an exhibition at a charity organization. Now, as I await their response in early May, exhaustion weighs heavily upon me, coupled with a palpable sense of anticipation that makes me feel small and anxious. Kindly grant him permission

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“Tree of Life” tapestry. LUCA (the Last Universal Common Ancestor)

Yesterday, during my morning jog, I happened upon a dried palm branch which inspired the final touches of my latest creation: the “Tree of Life” tapestry. In this artwork, I’ve represented LUCA (the Last Universal Common Ancestor) as the sturdy trunk, while the branches symbolize the three primary domains of life: Bacteria, Archaea, and Eukarya.

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I picture a process like waving a magic wand

Yesterday’s art exhibition presented the inaugural artworks of first-year students from various Master art programs at Central Saint Martin’s School of Art. In an ideal world, I picture a process like waving a magic wand. I hope these artworks could exist in a world where there’s more kindness and responsibility towards those in need. The

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From Serpent to Dragon: A Visual Exploration of Transformation

As an artist, I’m fascinated by our exploration of mortality, a journey that has captivated humanity for ages. I’m particularly drawn to the symbolism of snakes and dragons in ancient tales. Snakes have always held a significant place in our stories, often symbolizing temptation and danger. I want to capture this primal unease in my

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Music Playlist for the next exhibition:

During the interviews for my Descendants of Dragons project, I embarked on a journey through my friends’ treasured childhood fairy tales and their imaginative desires for modification. Lena, with her roots in Russia, spoke fondly of Hans Christian Andersen’s “The Little Mermaid,” a tale that had captured her heart since youth. However, she harboured a

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Sisters bound not by blood but by the lineage of dragons.

Descendants of the Dragon: The Saga Continues. Among these chosen ones are two beautiful girls, sisters bound not by blood but by the lineage of dragons. Unaware of their true heritage, they live separate lives, each carrying within them a piece of the dragon’s essence. They share an uncanny resemblance, though they have never met.

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1 to 1 tutorial with Jonathan

Throughout the day, I’ve been feeling restless and couldn’t quite put my finger on the cause. It’s akin to the nerves I experience before an exam. Perhaps I’m grappling with understanding how to navigate moments of loss, and it’s weighing heavily on me. Balancing sympathy and authenticity is proving to be quite the challenge, without

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