Eugenia Ivanissevich is an artist and educator. Originally from Argentina, she grew-up in several countries and languages. She originally trained in Fine Art at Central Saint Martins and later completed her MA in Photography at the Royal College of Art, London. | She was Personal Tutor on the MA Photography programme at the Royal College of Art from 2017 to 2021, lecturer at Arts University Bournemouth on the BA (Hons) Fine Art course from 2017 to 2021 and currently Senior Lecturer on the BA (Hons) Photography course at Arts University Bournemouth. | She participated in Material / Immaterial, an experimental Risograph publication curated by Rodrigo Orrantia, presented in Les Rencontres | d' Arles and Offprint Paris (France, 2018). Her ongoing body of work Migrare originated as a response for The State of Things exhibitted in 2022 for the Landskrona Photo Festival (Sweden,2022). Eugenia self-published her large o format folio publication Con Sol. Con Agua(2019) which was presented at Unseen Platform, Amsterdam and Offprint Paris in 2019. She took part in the URRA artist residency in Buenos Aires in 2010 and was awarded the Arts Foundation Fellowship for Still Life Photography in 2013. Her work was exhibited at Centro Cultural EspaƱa (Uruguay, 2009), Format Festival (UK, 2009), Galeria del Infinito Arte (Argentina, 2010), | Maddox Arts (UK, 2014), Pinta London (2014), Photo London (2015) amongst | others. Aware of the historical and ongoing intersections of sculpture and | photography, Eugenia uses the camera to give permanence to temporary | compositions. She works both with analogue as well as digital photographic processes. She is drawn to objects, surfaces and trailing bits and bobs within | the domestic environment varying in nature. Such as thoughts, habits, a rubber | band, or the colour of an office folder. Everyday, colour and materiality. Collecting, drawing, placing, balancing, photographing. Responding to a moment, allowing to be provoked by utterances in the mundane, corresponding with someone | abroad, these are ways of working she employs in what is a loose and fragmented practice. These fragments often find their place in publications. | o Games, collaboration and play increasingly surface in her work. Within a sphere, of close friends and family, who become active participants as both receivers and creators of work as in the pandemic initiative Festival de Animacion. CONTACT O hello[at] INSTA @eugenia.ivanissevich