Fabifa

Berlin / Germany

Valeria Losikova is a contemporary tape artist known as Fabifa. Born and raised in Belarus, Fabifa left her country of origin in 2015 to move to Berlin. Inspired by her chosen home Fabifa delved into self-discovery, addressing traumas, stereotypes, and restrictions. The central theme of her art became freedom. […]

Biography / Fabifa

Valeria Losikova is a contemporary tape artist known as Fabifa. Born and raised in Belarus, Fabifa left her country of origin in 2015 to move to Berlin. Inspired by her chosen home Fabifa delved into self-discovery, addressing traumas, stereotypes, and restrictions. The central theme of her art became freedom.

Tape, Fabifa’s chosen medium, serves as a metaphor for connectivity and unity in her art. Her main goal as an artist is to embody the tape’s unique ability to bring together diverse ideas. Her art reflects the exploration of complex, meaningful topics with a focus on human emotions. Fabifa’s interest in people, emotions, and profound subjects is evident in each artwork. Fabifa’s creative process, involving capturing a muse’s essence through photography and translating it into tape art, harmoniously blends intentionality with creative freedom. Cultural influences shape her unique identity, from Belarusian roots to a fascination with Asian cultures, Soviet poster art, and club culture, as well as an ongoing societal analysis and the future of humanity.

With long-term goals centered around delving deeper into her inner world, exploring emotions, and envisioning humanity’s trajectory, Fabifa’s vision extends to larger tape art installations in public spaces, international exhibitions, and sharing her creations globally. Her projects, like “Ecotech” and “The Future is Now,” embody her commitment to pushing boundaries, inspiring conversations, and leaving a lasting impact on the world.