Daria Galeeva was born in Siberia, where she get academic sculptor education. In recent years, she went deep into ceramic sculpture. Great importance is given to the utility of objects - the practical functions of her artworks are equated with aesthetic significance. Daria focuses on the mood, drawing a parallel with electronic music and rave aesthetics. Electronic rhythms, which are devoid of direct statements, create an individual interpretation for each person, as well as her objects, repeating themselves, they can lose their original image and acquire a new one. Her artworks flirt with pop culture and subculture markers, 90s generation’ cultural codes.
«It was the freest time in Russia and I remember this taste. The events that happened recently have changed my life and work forever. I am half Ukrainian, for me what is happening now is simply unthinkable, unacceptable. Perhaps, this is the worst thing that could happen. There are fewer jokes and fun in my latest artworks. They are filled with a culture of resistance, harsh words, and war. All I can do now - is to resist through my art, to tell people about horrors to change their minds. I reflect on the reality that I see. I hope in the future there will be new decent topics for creativity.»