Anna Zvyagintseva investigates the imperceptible, impalpable facets of life, showcasing their fragility and documenting elusive intangible moments. Body, paths, useless action, and small gestures are the main topics of her work, focused on the idea of potentiality doing something without clear purpose. Anna researches how hesitation and mistakes can lead to unexpected encounters and outcomes. Many of her works speak about the potentiality of doubt and are an attempt to observe movement of thought. Her oeuvre is made by an entanglement of drawing in various forms and transmedia variations like sculpture, installations, video and painting. In 2010, she graduated from the National Academy of Fine Arts and Architecture, department of painting, Kyiv. In 2015, she participated in Pavilion of Ukraine Hope! at the 56th International Art Exhibition of la Biennale di Venezia; in 2017 in The school of Kyiv, Kyiv biennale. She was awarded the main Pinchuk Art Prize in 2017 and in 2015 she was awarded the Special Prize and also received the Public Choice Prize. She is a member of the curatorial group Hudrada since 2010. Solo exhibitions: The Empty Spaces of Doors and Windows Allow the Room to be Inhabited, 2019, The Naked Room, Kyiv, Ukraine; Misplaced touches, 2017, PinchukArtCentre, Kyiv, Ukraine; The radio behind the wall, 2015, Closer, Kyiv, Ukraine; Trusting movement, 2013, Scherbenko Art Center, Kyiv.