Through the transference of digital images onto innumerable and diverse analogue materials, Andrey Bogush experiments and questions the craft of image production itself. Blending photographs taken from archives or online, Bogush prints and combines these images with CGI in order to form installations that end up highly sculptural. Often at a very large-scale his work has the capability to consume entire rooms with photograph-laden floor to ceiling vinyl curtains hung on the walls or laid on the floor. With a passion for diverse practices, he also experiments with video, performance, and digital weaving.
Born in 1987 in Saint Petersburg, Russia, he received his Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Saint Petersburg State University in 2011. He is currently studying at the Time and Space Arts Program at the Finnish Academy of Fine Arts.
His installations have been exhibited in venues such as the Tate, London; Chelsea Art Museum, New York; Unseen Photo Fair, Amsterdam; Festival International de Photographie d’Hyères; NRM Forum, Düsseldorf; Osnova Gallery, Moscow; Kiasma Museum, Helsinki; and the Finnish Museum of Photography. In 2015 he fulfilled a commission by Prada, Italy. He has published the book “Yellow” as well as numerous features in Objektiv Magazine, Foam Magazine, The Plantation Journal, and the British Journal of Photography. He has also contributed the Helsinki’s opera production of A Midsummer’s Night. He lives, works, and studies between Berlin and Helsinki.