1. What personality traits help an artist to make art, and which ones hinder?

Discipline and patience help me — the main thing is to set up your ritual at the beginning of work and achieve regularity. Inspiration is, of course, a great thing, but it is not enough to rely only on it.

2. What is your favorite activity besides art?

Dancing, raising a daughter… Any non-digital activities.

3. How does your art change the world and culture?

My works allow the viewer to pay attention to the outside, to think about how our subconscious can create and destroy worlds.

4. Who would you like to talk to from the personalities who have ever lived or are living now? Why with this person?

With Neil Gaiman, I think we have a lot of common interests in literature and music.

5. What do you think about the future of contemporary art?

I think experiments will continue to expand our experience with augmented and visual reality and artificial intelligence.

6. What do you think about the rapidly growing NFT?

NFT is a cool technology with a lot of possibilities, but now in terms of art, its marketing component is more popular, it's frustrating.

7. How often do you participate in open-calls? And how did you get to the Bad Art call?

I try to find interesting calls every couple of months - not very often, but regularly. A familiar artist told about the Bad Art call.

8. How close is the theme of Bad Art-call «Escape» to you?

Pretty close. Against the backdrop of the past pandemic and current geopolitical turbulence, each of us is looking for his own way out. It seems to me that I have found mine.

9. What is the most valuable thing for you (in the world, in life, in creativity)?

Love and knowledge.