Kseniya Bilyk studied painting at the Shevchenko State Art School (2009); architecture at the National Academy of Fine Arts and Architecture in Ukraine (2013) and got a master's degree in interior design at the Jan Matejko Academy of Fine Arts in Poland (2016). She participated in group shows in Ukraine, Poland, France, the USA, and Japan.
Her artistic practice explores the influence and power of propaganda and how people build myths around these topics. She often works in textiles, ceramics, graphics, installation, video and other media. Lives and works in Kyiv.
Participation in the group exhibition Ukraine Strong at Mystecky Arsenal, Kyiv
Participation in the group exhibition Fashion Experiments New York at the Center for the Study of Ukrainian Designers, Tokyo
Participation in the group exhibition Outarky (For Us By Us), the Czulosc gallery, as part of the Warsaw Gallery Weekend
Participation in the group exhibition Let us in together, Clichy, France
Participation in a group exhibition (Re) context. Fragments; Mala Gallery of the Mysteckiy Arsenal
Participation in the group exhibition Character, Bratislava design week
Participation in the group exhibition In Ukraine at The Gallery at Dobbin Mews, New-York, USA
Participation in the group exhibition Still Here, the Old Town Gallery, Bratislava