Center for Contemporary Art "White Light" in Kiev is an exhibition of graphics Oksana Stratichuk "Gardener's Diary". Printed works are made in the technique of "mokulito", invented in Japan in the 1970s. The gardener's daily records are the practice of consciously experiencing the world around us with the goal of absorbing the flexible wisdom of nature.
This project continues the creative research of Oksana Stratichuk, which unfolded in the series “The Walk of the Luxembourg Garden”, “Herbarium” and “Three days of one year”. Works in the technique of mokulito, made in recent years, are complemented by earlier works, where the artist for the first time comprehends the theme of gardens for herself.
Oksana Stratichuk was born in 1968 in Kiev. He graduated from the Kiev State Art Institute. Master of Graphics, member of the National Union of Artists since 1992. She took part in numerous international and All-Ukrainian biennials and triennials of graphics. Works are kept in the National Museum of History of Ukraine, the National Museum of Ukrainian Folk Decorative Art, the National Museum “Kiev Art Gallery”, the Odessa Art Museum, the Khmelnytsky Regional Art Museum and in private collections in Ukraine and abroad.