Engaged in contemplation about mass production, recycling, function, materiality, gravity, and time, Inna Babaeva creates and inhabits a world where mundane objects can be unique, space can be altered, time can stop, and gravity can be an illusion.
Her work recycles mass-produced objects that are widely available for purchase and consumption and other industrial purpose materials. She has been exploring the possibilities of re-animation or reincarnation of found objects, old photographs, and even parts of her own sculptures.
Inna Babaeva is a visual artist born in Ukraine. She received her MFA from Rutgers University. She is currently a resident at the Sharpe-Walentas Studio Program in Dumbo, Brooklyn.