In addition to her technical training, Yuliia has a deep passion for philosophy and the arts. She completed the Master of Arts program in Philosophy at UNESCO Chair for Philosophy of Human Communication. She expanded her knowledge by attending Sorbonne University Abu Dhabi for French language and the “Running a Contemporary Gallery” course at Sotheby’s Institute Of Art. Also, Yuliia successfully completed education in public speaking.
Yuliia’s career as an artist spans many years, starting from her childhood and youth in Ukraine, where she held several exhibitions. She has spent the last 10 years in the United Arab Emirates, where she opened a workshop in Abu Dhabi and showcased her work in shows in Abu Dhabi and Dubai. Her portfolio includes a solo exhibition titled “Robosapien” in Abu Dhabi, participation in World Art Dubai, a group exhibition at Louvre in Paris in the same year, and the opening of her gallery, Robotic Art Gallery, in Vienna, Austria, participated in a group exhibition in Monaco, Monte Carlo. She is part of the international project “Artbook Playboy Mexico” with artists Richard Orlinski, Super Buddha, Gilda Garza, and others. She contributed to World Women Fund for the project “Art Can Heal” to empower 1 million women by 2030.
Yuliia’s art has a very strong contemporary input, she uses recycled materials or specially made with 3D prints and graphic LEDs, deliberately focused on our time for spread her artistic message. Some plastic surfaces used by her look like an urban beehive, they are the sign of a vital and surprising contemporaneity.Marco Fraschetti
Yuliia has collaborated with international artists and represented Ukraine as a UAE resident at the EXPO 2020 in the Ukrainian pavilion. Yuliia is part of the MIA Art Collection. Yuliia participated in the exhibition “Fragility” by MIA Art Collection at the Canadian University of Dubai. She is a Founder member of the Arts Club Dubai. She has been featured in various publications such as Flaunt, IB Times UK, Haute Living, Daily Caller, V Magazine, L’Officiel, Harper’s Bazaar, and Livemint. For several years Yuliia worked in her art on technology, enriching her canvases with 3D printing, holograms, and recycled electronics. Lately, she has been addressing her art environmental struggles and self-discovery.