Rusudan’s practice is an act of escapism, a way to get lost in her imagination. Her paintings act as portals into the unknown, into worlds where animals symbolize a crossing of boundaries between cultures, identities and time. Through her process, the artist gains a freedom that distances her from life’s adversities and the struggles of her nation.
Clashing perspectives, extraordinary use of colour and feverish lines dance ecstatically across Rusudan’s canvas. The work’s loud chaos is disrupted only by the haunting eyes of its inhabitants.
Among Rusudan’s artistic achievements are exhibiting at the Georgian National Pavilion in the 56th Venice Art Biennale and at the Georgian National Historical Museum. Her work resides in private collections around the world and her paintings are a part of Georgian Cultural Heritage.