When the Russian-born British artist Vlada Predelina relocated to the Netherlands in 2018, she felt the strangeness of dislocation resurface as something weirdly familiar. In her earlier works the artist had explored the sense of home and its absence through varies hands-on methods. She also looked at daily routines as a way to explore the sense of belonging.
In this exhibition, Predelina traveled back to her grandmother's house in Ekaterinburg, The Urals, creating a link to a ritual of her childhood as a grounding method concerning her act of migration. The exhibition will connect visitors in the gallery space in London with Predelina's grandmother Borscht making in Russia in a reciprocal manner that explores the global identity we all share in our transcultural contemporary state.