Installation view Blue. Seventeen at Osnova Gallery Moscow; polished aluminium, acrylic rods
Nika Neelova is an emerging Russian artist based in London. To date her sculptural works have been concerned with the narratives of architecture and materiality. For this project, Neelova has been commissioned to collaborate with the Centre for Aquatic Environments at the University of Brighton to create a new body of work focusing on strategies for dealing with water scarcity in nature.
Recent exhibitions include ‘EVER’, The Tetley, Leeds (2017); ‘GLYPHS’ Noire Gallery, Turin (2019), ‘drifts (there is always ground, even at night), MLF Brussels, (2018) and ‘She sees the shadows’ Group exhibition DRAF & Mostyn, UK (2018). She studied MA Fine Art Sculpture at Slade School of Art, London.