Cuptopia’s staff came across the interdisciplinary visual artist Yulia Pinkusevich during today’s search for Utopia.
Lesson / Koan : Draw your dreams.
Some search for Utopia, others build their Utopia only to give it away.
Could Yulia Pinkusevich’s title ”Global Utopia of Futures Past” suggest the cyclical nature of life on Spaceship Earth?
Pinkusevich’s drawings are performances.
Architects should be required to perform in public more often.
Yulia Pinkusevich is an interdisciplinary visual artist. Born in Kharkov, Ukraine (former USSR) Yulia holds a Bachelors of Fine Arts from Rutgers University and is currently a Masters of Fine Arts candidate at Stanford University. She has also studied at School of Visual Arts, Parsons School of Design, Cooper Union School of Art (in New York) and California College of Art. In 2010, Yulia completed Harvard’s Graduate School of Design: Career Discovery Program in Architecture. Yulia’s works have been published and reviewed in numerous magazines including Adbuster, THE Magazine, Starved Magazine, and FlankStak. She has exhibited primarily in New York, Santa Fe and San Francisco in venues include Christie’s, Chashama, Emergency Arts, SOMArts, Alphonse Berber Gallery and Warehouse 21. Yulia’s works have been placed in private and public collection across the US, Europe and South America.