Yuula Benivolski
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Yuula Benivolski

Yuula Benivolski (born November 1980) is a Russian photographer and video artist. Her work combines photography and storytelling to revisit personal and collective histories.

Her work has been exhibited in Trinity Square Video, A Space Gallery, Museum of Jewish Montreal and Museum of Contemporary Art Villa Croce and her photographs published in The Globe and Mail, Canadian Art (magazine), C Magazine, Geist (magazine), NOW, Toronto Star and others.

She had collaborated with Toronto video artist Geoffrey Pugen for Trinity Square Video,[1] with Toronto musician Jennifer Castle for WhipperSnapper gallery,[2][3] . In 2011 she starred in a short film by Nicholas Pye titled The Encounter.[4] In 2016 she was the artist in residence at Trinity Square Video where she produced work on the theme of Critical Ethics[5] under the guidance of cheyanne turions.

In 2016 she had started her own ASMR channel titled tingleheads[6] where she makes ASMR videos out of artist books, publications, zines, multiples and small artworks. These videos have been shown at Art Metropole[7], A Space Gallery[8] and Vancouver Art Book Fair[9].

In 2018 she continues to collect stories for her self-published zine about first sexual experiences titled "First Fuck" (2007). [10]


  1. ^ Trinity Square Video. "LEFT, RIGHT, CENTRE". Retrieved 2013.
  2. ^ Mechanical Forest Sound. "The ALL CAPS! Island Festival -- Artscape Gibraltar Point". Retrieved 2013.
  3. ^ Akimbo. "Hit List". akimbo.ca. Retrieved 2013.
  4. ^ Nicholas Pye. "The Encounter". IMDB. Retrieved 2013.
  5. ^ Trinity Square Video. "Critical Ethics". Retrieved 2018.
  6. ^ "~ tingleheads~". YouTube. Retrieved .
  7. ^ "Art Metropole / Page Turning, Crinkly Sounds - No Talking". Art Metropole. Retrieved .
  8. ^ "A Space Gallery". www.aspacegallery.org. Retrieved .
  9. ^ "Projects - 2016 Vancouver Art/Book Fair". 2016 Vancouver Art/Book Fair. Retrieved .
  10. ^ "First Fuck: Yuula Benivolski". Retrieved 2013.

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