Olga Klim


“Does silence breed isolation, or does isolation breed silence? This is a two-sided process. A person ceases to exist for society without communication and is doomed to loneliness.

Chaos makes a person get lost, the vision of the future disappears, life turns into one long day against the backdrop of changing events.” Olga Klim (1977) is Ukrainian collagist, illustrator and screenwriter, graduated from the Academy of Culture and Arts in Kyiv. Since 2020, during the pandemic, she has been actively engaged in digital collage in the genre of surrealism and editorial collage. The artworks were published in the national French newspaper Libération and presented at the exhibition Surrealist Dreams for the event Dreaming After Dark at Museum of Te Papa Tongarewa of New Zealand. She is also a member of the ParisCollageCollective.