Radochia's artwork is a multi-disciplinary expression of her passion for the environment combined with her fascination for diverse materials. Organic forms and patterns deeply influence her work. Yet, Radochia's interests are broad and her ideas are always evolving. She draws inspiration from history, current events and personal relationships. All of these influences weave their way into her thoughts and manifest themselves in her art.
Radochia's integrated approach to working develops further in the installations and site-specific sculptural pieces she creates. Creating large site-specific work has been her optimal sculptural process. She has made numerous public artworks that link a space with public interest, keeping a keen eye for the architecture of the site, aesthetics, and her goals as an artist. Radochia's gallery and museum installations often highlight important social and environmental issues while always keeping true to the basics of what she offer as an artist, a defined but light touch that examines and intersects the boundaries between life and spirit.
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