Rufina Bazlova

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Rufina Bazlova’s residency is supported by our ongoing partnership with CEC ArtsLink’s acclaimed international fellowship program.

 

Rufina Bazlova

  • October 3 – November 17, 2023
  • Visiting from Belarus

Rufina Bazlova (she/her) visiting from Belarus is an artist who works with the traditional folk embroidery as a medium to depict socio-political issues. In 2020 she gained an international profile for her series The History of Belarusian Vyzhyvanka. Bazlova is a coauthor of the installation “The red thread“ in Aachen dedicated to the three Belarusian female opposition leaders who won the Charlemagne prize in 2022. Currently as a member of Stitchit art group (in collaboration with a curator Sofia Tocar) Bazlova works on a social art project #Framed in Belarus that invites people from all over the world to stitch stories of political prisoners in Belarus.

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