Artist, curator, art activist and critic Sergey Shabohin (*1984 in Novopolotsk, Belarus) lives and works in Poznan, Poland. 1999-2002 studied at the Republican College of Art, Minsk, Belarus; 2002-2009 studied at the Belarusian State Academy of Arts, Minsk, Belarus; 2009-2013 curator and co-curator of several exhibitions at Y Gallery, Minsk, Belarus; 2011-2014 founder and editor-in-chief of the portal for contemporary Belarusian art Art Aktivist (artaktivist.org); since 2015 co-founder and main editor of the platform for contemporary Belarusian art KALEKTAR (kalektar.org). Residencies: 2016 Gaude Polonia (fellowship), Warsaw, Poland; ZKM, Karlsruhe, Germany; 2013 Galeria Arsenal, Bialystok, Poland. Prizes: 2009 Belarusian Pavilion of the 53rd Venice Biennale at the exhibition center Belexpo, Minsk, Belarus. Prize winner of the pavilion. Nominations: The Jury’s Choice & The Choice of Viewers. Solo exhibitions: 2016 »Practices of Subordination«, GaleriaArsenal power station, Bialystok, Poland; PUST*, Kubus, ZKM, Karlsruhe, Germany, with Yuri Akbalkan, Alexandra Portyannikova and Snezhana Vinogradova; 2015 »ST( )RE«, total installation for the exhibition »All That Is Solid Melts into Air«, Bogdanovich Museum, Minsk, Belarus; 2015 »Gold Censorship«, installation for Art Prospect Festival, St. Petersburg, Russia; 2013 »Why Poetry?«, Frankfurt Book Fair, Main Program, Frankfurt am Main / Galerie KUB, Leipzig / Akademie der Künste, Halle 3, Berlin, all Germany; »ST()RE«, Art Residency -The East of Culture / Another Dimension, Galeria Arsenal, Bialystok, Poland; 2012 »Practices of Subordination«, total installation for the exhibitions »The Radius оf Zero. The Ontology оf Art-Zero«, Horizon Plant, Minsk, Belarus / Spiracje International Art Festival, Szczecin, Poland / »Young Belarusian Art«, apartment of Simon Mraz, Moscow, Russia; 2011 »Art Terrorism«, total installation for the exhibition »The Journey to the East«, Galeria Arsenal, Bialystok, Poland; 2011 »Terror Ready-Made Collection«, total installation for the exhibition »Im Osten viel Neues«, Gallery of the Polish Institute Düsseldorf, Germany; 2010 »ST()RE«, installation in public space as part of the festival »Art Boom«, Krakow, Poland; 2009 »Autoproject«, Y Gallery, Minsk, Belarus; 2009 »Vermes«, Theater Schaubude Berlin, Germany; 2008 Nordens Ljus Gallery, Stockholm, Sweden.