Zoe Reddy in conversation with
The second exhibition in Good Shit, Bad Habits & Loose Women featured a collaborative work by Nare Eloyan and Venjamin Kazachenko. In both artists‘ practice, drawing has an important place. While Kazachenko‘s drawings and installations are often large and seem to have a mythological or religious feel to them, Eloyan most of the time works on a smaller size, using visual references to cartoonish characters in order to give her tragic figures a humorous twist. Mutual influence and interaction is the central theme of the installation they realized in 1646.