Ayla Dmyterko Artist Talk

Join Ukrainian-Canadian artist Ayla Dmyterko for an online artist talk about her exhibition at Zalucky Contemporary.

Reflecting on the intersectional dialogue generated by the complex history of Treaty 4 territory in Saskatchewan and her own relationship to it, the artist traces creases and folds of cultural memory to reveal its resonance through a series of lens-based archival interventions.


Presented in partnership with St. Vladimir Institute

Ayla Dmyterko (b.1988, she/her) is a Ukrainian-Canadian artist based in Glasgow, Scotland. Upon completing her MFA at the Glasgow School of Art, she was awarded the Graduate Fellowship with Glasgow Sculpture Studios. She further holds a BFA from Concordia University, Montréal and a BEd in Visual Art & Dance from the University of Regina. She has exhibited her work internationally through Lunchtime Gallery, Glasgow; CCA Glasgow; KAJET, Bucharest; Art Gallery of Regina; Glue Factory, Glasgow; Tontine Space, Glasgow; Regina Performing Arts Center; Projet Pangée, Montréal; Gallery Aux Vues, Montréal; Hague Gallery, Regina and forthcoming with VITRINE Gallery, London & Basel.