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Artist Talk – Eugenia Reznik

Center for Undergraduate Education (CUE), NE Troy Lane, Pullman, WA 99164
Room 219
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Eugenia Reznik: Between the Fabric and the Plant

How does a piece of old cloth connect people to their homeland? Does the answer lie in the plant this fabric used to be? Visual artist Eugenia Reznik creates installation works that question the link between displaced people and plants. In November and December 2023, she will join WSU for a residency with the objective of exploring the threshold between the linen fabric and the flax plant. The artist will collaborate with WSU artists and scientists Andrei Smertenko, Laura Bartley, Squeak Meisel, Reza Safavi, Michael Knoblauk, John Haddish and Elizabeth Nazarov. The residency was generously supported by the Canada Council for the Arts.


Ukrainian-French-Canadian artist, Eugenia Reznik lives and works in Canada and France. Trained in science (Masters in Applied Mathematics from the University of Kyiv) and Arts (Masters in Visual and Media Arts from the University of Quebec in Montreal), she is currently completing a doctorate in arts studies and practices at UQAM. Her artistic work focuses on uprooting, the transmission of memory and forgetting, which has been shown at various exhibitions in Canada and Europe.


Chelsea Jacobs