Ksenia Rybka is a fine art photographer based in London, UK. She creates complex interdisciplinary worlds where their photographs, personal histories, and public intentions are intricately intertwined within the framework of a unique artistic practise. Her works can be described as constructivist and richly detailed. They are dominated by dark and contrasting colours, the use of complex compositions, sophisticated poses of models, vintage and retrofuturistic clothing, and bright colour accents. In the works of Ksenia, an incredible balance of surrealism and some minimalism is maintained, which is expressed in an exciting effect of theatricality. Ksenia's meta message is a self-elusive message about the balance between fragility and the need to build up external armour, between ostentatious rudeness and the need to be different, to be queer, to be a freak, and to be free in the end. Ksenia's photographs are designed to create an atmosphere of conflict between spectator calmness and intellectual involvement. Blurred boundaries between static and dynamic compositions; fabulousness; vibes of fading modernity — this is a conscious choice of the photographer's tools. Ksenia Rybka, through photographs, creates the fascinating space of an exciting game where you are the main character looking for a way out of the polyesthetic and clear but super-referential labyrinth of your own blindness.