Katika, is a contemporary artist and a graduate of Ural State University of Architecture and Art (2015). Born is Hungary in 1989, she moved several times in her childhood. Katika works primarily in the field of fiber art, looking into themes of human attachment, mysterious inner workings of individual and collective memory, the fate of cultural icons and their impact on pop-culture. She has had several solo shows and group shows both nationally and internationally. Among the selected solo shows are a show in Tokyo, Japan – Hitomaruichi Art Gallery (2014) – and shows in Yekaterinburg, Russia – Gallery of Modern Art (2012 and 2017) and art-studio “Vault” (2015). The most prominent among the group shows are a yarnbombing installation in Tucson, AZ, USA – TMC for Children (2019), – two shows in Sydney, Australia – The William Street Gallery (2016 and 2017), – a show in Moscow, Russia – Izo Art Gallery (2017), – and two exhibitions “Night of Museums” in Yekaterinburg – Gallery of Modern Art (2012 and 2013). Katika’s works can be found in a number of private collections in the USA, Brazil, Italy, Japan, Australia, and other countries. Katika's art had been used as props during the shoots of a Russian TV series “Method” and as a design for an indie band's album cover. Katika has contributed to charity events, collaborated with several artists and after five years of developing her own technique and an art language of her own aspires to do even more personal projects, based on the careful, introspective approach and post-modern interpretations of iconic images.