Katerina Kyselica creates unique artworks employing drawing, printmaking and collage. In her art practice, she seeks understanding of the individual’s own existence. In the social system pre-occupied with rapid technological advancement, Katerina looks inward to explore established roles and expectations, speaking of entrapment and involuntary entanglement.
"What draws me to KYSELICA'S etching is its offbeat playfulness. By choosing to crop the columns of squares and orient them at an angle, Kyselica is giving life to a sort of imagery that we’re accustomed to perceiving as stagnant.
-- Rachel Gordon, International Print Center New York, on Katerina Kyselica's etching Untitled (Squares 6), 2014, exhibited in New Prints 2014 / Summer exhibition at International Print Center New York