Evgeniy Kazannik is a visual artist working predominately with analogue printing techniques and syntesised sound. Born in Homel, Belarus, he is currently splitting his time between London and Berlin. He studied photography at the London College of Communication (University of the Arts London) and worked as a commercial photographer for over 15 years, with work published in the Guardian, FT, Wire, Wax Poetics, NME, XLR8R and others. He moved away from working with traditional camera techniques in 2019 and started developing a new analogue process instrumenting Lumen Printing and Photogram among others. He has been awarded with year of Music Grant form British Council and number of scolorships. Kazannik has participated in artist residencies at BKN / Sweden in 2021, Arteles Creative Centre / Finland in 2022 and at GlogauAiR / Berlin in 2023.
Yev’s work engages with themes of time, light, the human mind and its constructions. His work has been exhibited internationally and so as a part of private and museum collections.