Documentary Short/Interview With Posture Magazine

"Pasha Setrova is a Russian NYC-based sculptor. She creates elongated, moody, and dramatic works that generally stand around 2-3 feet tall. She designs all aspects by hand, including the fashion and accessories. We visited her studio to learn more about her process and understand her environment. 

"In Russia, my art didn’t fit into any genres. It wasn’t traditional or folk, it was more contemporary than the general Russian public was used to."

"In Russia, my art didn’t fit into any genres. It wasn’t traditional or folk, it was more contemporary than the general Russian public was used to."

"-so I decided to make it instead."

"-so I decided to make it instead."

"-she made a clear statement and made a life-lasting impression on me. If anything, the one thing all artists are trying to do is make an impression."

"-she made a clear statement and made a life-lasting impression on me. If anything, the one thing all artists are trying to do is make an impression."

"And in my head there are tons of ideas. Some sadly too crazy to ever make."

"And in my head there are tons of ideas. Some sadly too crazy to ever make."

"To be a performer, you need to perform – you need to claim that you are making art."

"To be a performer, you need to perform – you need to claim that you are making art."

"I have a lot to show, I have a lot to say, I have no time left."

"I have a lot to show, I have a lot to say, I have no time left."

View the documentary short and its corresponding interview here:

http://posturemag.com/online/2015/06/01/studio-visit-with-sculptor-pasha-setrova/