Svetlana Zwetkof is a sculptor/musician/papermaker and digital/sound/video artist. She lives in San Antonio, TX, where she lives quietly. She goes to work and comes home to her sweet dog.
She has in the past had a lot of thoughts about material. Here are some of them: Material gives in. The material world (in its vast entirety, seemingly solid), it turns out, is about as solid as a puddle. You can stick your hand right in it and twist it by its guts. And your material will let you.
Lately Svetlana thinks more about vasculature and ways to be full of love.
Right now because of the impending global crisis (year 2030, baby!!!) Svetlana is on a break from art* and is becoming an EMT. The future of humanity might be more important than twisting material by its guts. Better keep those guts inside.
*except for a ukulele folk project — quiet and unassuming†
†two demos in this turns out to not be true, but it is still her only current project
Svetlana is a graduate of Mount Holyoke College in South Hadley, MA, where she finished cum laude with a double major in studio art and linguistics. Svetlana has a solo music project called Svet.