Born in 1984 in Switzerland to Russian parents but growing up in Soviet and post-Soviet Russia, Austria and Estonia, Evy Jokhova is currently based between London, Vienna and Tallinn. In 2013, Jokhova finished an MA in Political Communications from Goldsmith’s College after completing an MA in Fine Art from the Royal College of Art in 2011. Jokhova’s research-driven, multi-disciplinary practice engages with dialogue and relationships between social anthropology, architecture, philosophy and art and includes drawing, painting, sculpture, installation, film and participatory events. In 2016, Jokhova was awarded one of the Royal British Sculpture Society’s coveted Bursary Awards and has recently returned from a productive three-month residency at studio das weisse haus in Vienna. In 2017, she will return to Vienna for another three months, having been presented with the Belvedere Museum’s Curator/Researcher-in-Residence Award. Recent group exhibitions in 2016 include: We work in the dark…, Rye Creative Centre, Rye; Shapeshifters, Arthouse1, London; and Telling Tales, Collyer Bristow Gallery, London. Recent solo exhibitions and projects include: Mimesis, Westminster Reference Library, London (two-person, 2016); Evy Jokhova: Sketch for a British Business, Lubomirov/Angus-Hughes, London (commissioned site-specific work, 2015); Allotment: Revolution, SALT Beyoglu, Istanbul (participatory event, 2014); The Reading Fly, Schauraum, Vienna (2009). Selected group exhibitions include: COUNTER_FITTERS, Geddes Gallery, London (2016); Prison Drawing Project, Scarborough (2016); No-One Lives in the Real World, Standpoint Gallery, London (2015); Three Little Pigs screened at Facing Extinction: Gustav Metzger, James Hockey Gallery, UCA Farnham (2014); Recording Britain Now, Millenium Gallery, Sheffield (2014); A Future Pump House, Pump House Gallery, London (2011); and Custom Made, Barbican Art Gallery, London (2010).