Anastasia Vasilyeva was born 1982 in St.Petersburg (Russia) where she grew up. In 2008 she moved to Switzerland where she’s been living since then.
Anastasia Vasilyeva is a trained mathematician who has been working in IT for many years.
In addition to her work in the world of computer science, Anastasia Vasilyeva is an artist dedicated to abstract painting.
In her works she combines art with motifs and themes of mathematics as well as computer science. Her work also focuses on current social problems.
Inspired by Mark Rothko, Jackson Pollack, Jean-Michel Basquiat and Gerhard Richter.
Anastasia Vasilyeva tries to make a conceptual contribution in Contemporary Art. Born in an artists-family (4th generation) she learned the basic painting techniques from her father and continued to further develop them in various painting courses. Anastasia is also very interested in the history of art. The art exhibitions of classical and modern works of art always give her new inputs and inspirations for her work.
Since 2016 Anastasia Vasilyeva has been exhibiting her works in certain art galleries as well as in large IT and insurance companies in Switzerland, Germany and Estonia.
The main goal is to combine abstract expressionism with science. This connects the emotional level, which belongs to Expressionism, with the intellectual and logical structures.
All of the artist’s works have several levels of meaning. They are not only visually attractive, but also provide an impulse to philosophize and appeal to something historical which connects us all.