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Fabifa, born in Belarus as Valeryia Losikava, has been practicing painting and illustration for her whole life. She was born in Belarus with the. She moved to Berlin years ago, willing to master new art techniques and to experience an alternative scene. She recently discovered “tape art” and developed a keen interest in this new support. She now regularly participates in festivals and exhibitions and presents her tape performances all around Europe. Her main goal is to open up the potential of adhesive tape as a mean to deliver modern concepts in art.

Fabifa uses tape art as a political protest, as an expression of her personal and sexual freedom. She sees most of her art as a tool of communication that is supposed to raise awareness to political justice, equality and self-expression. “Sisterhood” is Fabifa’s second tape art work on behalf of HAU.


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    Thu 21.4.2022, 18:00 / HAU2 Foyer


HAU2 Foyer
Hallesches Ufer 34, 10963 Berlin

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Text by Hendrik Otremba.

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Video Documentation

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