Ina Lounguine is a Ukrainian artist. Born in 1993 in Odessa. Younger daughter in a family of activists and intellectuals has grown up with great curiosity and awareness. She graduated from Tavricheskaya in St. Petersburg and completed her Master in Aesthetics and Culture at The Ukrainian Academy of Arts.
Ina Lounguine’s work aims at triggering political and social debates and encouraging dialogue. Visual metaphors create scenarios on issues they want to attract attention, such as racism, drug use, weapon violence, and others. Her latest works are The Price Of A Black Life In America, which began in the United States just between Fergusson and Baltimore’s events, and Staring Quietly At The Backwash, a sensational analysis of the refugee crisis trying to cross the Mediterranean to reach Europe. www.thelivewildcollective.com
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