In her creative path, Olesja Katšanovskaja-Münd is constantly searching for intersections with interdisciplinary areas. Her education and work experience in fine art, museum pedagogy, and conservation have given her the opportunity to sense performance art as an artist, penetrate its deep layers as a conservator, and research in its functional component as an educator.
Olesja’s projects were presented at the Shelter International Art Festival in Helsinki; Garage Museum of Contemporary Art and the Winzavod Centre for Contemporary Art in Moscow; Shiryaevo Biennale, Russia; the Ural Industrial Biennial Parallel Program and the Rosa Luxemburg House of Culture, St. Petersburg; the Brussels Art Fair; Pärnu Contemporary Art Museum; Tartu Art House, and at Tallinn galleries. She won the Best Presentation Award at the TEDxTallinn (2013). She lives and works in Tallinn.