Tribambuka x Artwork Archive Interview

I spoke to Artwork Archive about art, rage, call of the unknown and ways to manage my art as business.

Born in a city that no longer exists, and having wandered to establish new roots, Artwork Archive Featured Artist Tribambuka explores the complexities of identity, home, and belonging.

This exploration has resulted in a captivating body of work that also delves into pressing issues of gender inequality and the spirit of female resilience. 

Tribambuka (aka Anastasia Beltyukova) is a London-based multidisciplinary artist, award-winning illustrator, and animation director working predominantly in painting and printmaking.

Her approach, drawing from Russian roots and a contemporary feminist perspective, results in striking compositions, blending elements found in Russian Avant-garde, French Analytical Cubism, Fauvism, and the revolutionary spirit of the swinging sixties. 

Having grappled with the loss of home, broken homes, damaged roots, displacement, and the horrors of war, Tribambuka's exploration takes form in contorted, geometrical configurations and bold color palettes. 

Beyond their aesthetic appeal, these compositions carve out a space for dialogue and introspection, inviting viewers to reflect on the need for societal change and confront the complexities of the human experience. 

→ Read the full interview here.


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