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Dance Culture

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Artist Statement

For my art, I try to make things that relate to me on a personal level - art that includes components of my Russian heritage. It is important to me to be able to share this culture with others and let them learn something new. As a young and new artist, I feel that creating art has to be influenced by personal experiences that I grew up with and those that will influence my art in the future. My main goal is to inspire others to try to understand other cultures and be willing to learn from them.

It’s important to understand Russian culture in order to understand the people that live there. By understanding people we can relate to them and be able to communicate freely and express ourselves, our ideas, our opinions. If we are able to communicate with others, we can connect and spread our knowledge and teach others something we know and excel at. Cultural barriers are meant to be broken in order to build something new and wholesome.

In my working progress, I try to go deep inside my thoughts and derive the simplest idea that I can start working with. It has to make sense to me and others around. I think about different components, such as music, visuals, and color scheme that would be combined in the end for the result. I want them to complement each other and tell a story that is easy enough to comprehend. I want it to be something new and bold that grabs attention.


Ksenia Rodrigues is a digital artist who lives and works in Port Orange, Florida. She was born in Saint Petersburg, Russia in 1997 and her work relates to her homeland. Ksenia studies at Stetson University in DeLand, Florida. She will receive a BS degree in Digital Arts and minor in Russian from Stetson in 2020. Her work is going to be exhibited at an end of year screening event.

Dance Culture

“Dance Culture” is a 3D animated video showcasing different styles of Russian dance found throughout history. It starts with a traditional folk Russian dance containing different elements known for its jumps, squatting and spirited stomping. Then ballet performance is displayed, which is recognized for its elegance, and two dance routines heavily influenced by American culture follow ranging from eras of 1950s and 1980s with its fun, positive energy. This project utilizes computer modeling techniques as well as motion capture aspects that bring characters to life.

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