Sasha Zubritskaya (b. 1994, St. Petersburg) is an interdisciplinary artist whose work addresses desire, identity, capital and affective/affectional levels of access. She works with printmaking, objects, videos, drawing, and writing, asssembling individual pieces in multi-narrative displays. In 2015, she graduated from St. Petersburg State University (with a bachelor's degree in Textile Arts), as well as the School for Young Artists at Pro Arte Foundation. In 2016-2021 she took part in the collective grass-root feminist library FemInfoteka. In 2017-2020 she was collaborating with the North-7 art group. Together with North-7 she was nominated for the Innovation-2019 Award for organizing Seventh Independent Art Fairs. Her solo shows took place at FFTN (St. Petersburg, 2018), Start (Winzavod, Moscow, 2019), Navicula Artis (St. Petersburg, 2019), and Eine Kleine Kunsthalle (St. Petersburg, 2019). She participated in group shows at artist-run and museum spaces in St. Petersburg, Moscow, Copenhagen, Stockholm, Fort Worth, and Antwerp. Her works can be found in the collection of M HKA Museum, Antwerp, and private collections in Russia and abroad. She works as an Russian-English translator in the field of art history and contemporary art, translating art catalogues, curatorial texts and more.