Katya Grokhovsky promises a campy, visceral romp through a landscape of installations and objects that sends up the revolting excesses of capitalist appetites. Augmenting found materials, including food and clothing, with studio mediums from paint to video, as well as performances driven by a cast of her own fictional avatars, "Nothing Personal" takes on everything from gender identity to labor injustice, sexism and political power, with dark humor and a sense of absurdity befitting our fucked-up times.
An artist-run space with a penchant for inquiring after nonbinary states of being and perception, LAST Projects regularly exhibits artwork across painting, sculpture, photography, video and performance. For its next solo presentation, it welcomes an artist who works in all those mediums and beyond. "Nothing Personal" by New York–based multidisciplinary artist