Born in Switzerland, Evy Jokhova has lived in Austria, Estonia, the USSR and Russia, she is currently based between London, UK and Tallinn, Estonia. A graduate of MA Political Communications, Goldsmiths College (2013) and MA Fine Art, Royal College of Art (2011), Jokhova is the recipient of the RBS Bursary Award (2016), Royal Academy Schools Fellowship (2016-ongoing) and Arts Council Individual Grants Award (2012). Residencies include Belvedere Museum, Vienna, Austria; BijlmAIR, Amsterdam, Netherlands; Villa Lena, Tuscany, Italy; Nida, Lithuania (all 2017); das weisse haus, Vienna (2016) and Florence Trust, London (2008-09). Solo exhibitions include Towering in the conditions of fragments, Passen-gers, London, UK (2017); Staccato, site-specific installation in the chapel at House of St Barnabas, with Marcelle Joseph Projects, London (2016) and Mimesis (with Amelia Critchlow), site-specific installation in the Westminster Reference Library, London (2015). Recent group shows include Architecture as Metaphor, Griffin Gallery; First@108: Public Sculpture Award, RBS and No-one lives in the real world, Standpoint Gallery (all London). Jokhova is also the founder of Allotment project – a platform that explores social relationships and cultural politics through food. Jokhova’s work is held in the public collections of the British Government Art Collection, UK; Lafayette College Library, USA; Royal College of Art, UK and Royal Shakespeare Company, UK.