Ana Khomyakova (b. 1985) is a Russian artist, writer and musician. Ana graduated from the Academy of Culture and Arts.
She creates works in the format of digital art, which, like as the plots in her
stories and poems, are based on the illusory perception of the world by people.
Surrealism and absurdity, subtle facets of tension and freedom, where everything
that happens is simultaneously an action. Black is a white, light is a shadow, and
day is a night. "Sometimes my hands do it themselves", says the artist,
"I do not build forms, do not make sketches, everything happens in one breath".
There is another feature, her work is always multidimensional. - "If today you
see an angel there, tomorrow will see there and the demon. Everything's normal". She successfully collaborates with National Center of Contemporary Art and
participates in exhibitions in Moscow. Anna's works can be seen in the Museum
of Moscow, Tsaritsyno Museum-reserve and others.
Also in writing the music used digital methods of creating and compiling a
variety of sounds where the rhythm is broken, but this only adds dimension to
the sound. She creates music in breaks and ambient styles. It should be noted
that the musical works have not been published anywhere. And perhaps it so just
there to one story smoothly flowed into another - from music to digital art, from
there to poetry, and from poetry to music. This creates a complete picture inside
the author, which can then be shown outside.