The Future is Bright
The Future is Bright is a multi-media project, which explores disillusion, migration, identity, re-discovery and the failed utopian promise of ideology through the artist's family’s history. Focusing around the narrative of the character of Grokhovsky's 94 year old only surviving grandmother, a veteran of World War II, the project investigates formation and de-construction of migrant self through an extraordinary story of survival, humanity and legacy.
Katya Grokhovsky, "The Future is Bright (in progress)"
May 19th 2017
201 46th St,
Brooklyn, NY 11220
"Nobody Builds Walls Better Than Me”
"I am/I will (The Future is Bright)" Live Performance
Curated by Lital Dotan
April 19th 2017
Grace Exhibition Space
Brooklyn, NY 1120
The Future is Bright is sponsored, in part, by the Greater New York Arts Development Fund of the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, administered by Brooklyn Arts Council (BAC).
Contributors to this project include: Brooklyn Arts Council, New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, Asylum Arts
The Future is Bright, 2019, sofa, toys, fabrics, found objects, acrylic, wall paint, video, BRIC House, NYC, photo: Walter Wlodarczyk
The Future is Bright, 2019, performance, 40 mins, BRIC House, NYC, photo Angelys Ocana
The Future is Bright, 2017, performance, 3 hrs, Grace Exhibition Space, NYC, photo: Miao Jiaxin