Gleb Maiboroda
Gleb Maiboroda (Riga, 1994) is a visual artist who questions the body as a wearable identity and searches for the potential in textiles and its oral traditions to change the conventions of sexuality and gender. His work is often driven by the juxtaposition of experiences of queer bodies which are informed by their systematic oppression. In his latest work he taps into the narrative qualities of his weaving practice as a tool to approach the oppressive stitches of the ordinary in order to form alternative forms of resistance and world-making. His work was published in Press & Fold Magazine, as well as shown at Sonsbeek 20-24, Salwa Foundation, and Sound Light Color Atelier. Gleb holds a BA TXT from the Gerrit Rietveld Academy (2015-2019) and is currently enrolled at the MA Dutch Art Insitute at ArtEZ University of the Arts (2021-2023).


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