Born in Moscow in 1983, Ekaterina Vassilieva lives and works in Paris. She conceives polymorphous performances and installations. Her works steer for a poetic transformation of the status quo putting in tension political strength and means for liberation. Her focus lays in the issues of power, anonymity, censorship, state regulations, the relation between the individual and the collective, everyday gestures, freedom and control. Her site-specific approach tends to embrace the genius loci in the spaces charged in signification and creates physical and symbolic shifts : streets of Moscow (Axe of Revolution, 2014), streets of Paris (Augenmusik, 2016), church Sainte Eustache in Paris (Voix Humaine, 2015), former NATO military base in Norway (Nothing Will Grow Together, 2015).