“Kristīne Krauze-Slucka is a Latvian artist who appeared on the Latvian art scene relatively recently, in 2017. Despite this, over the years, she has earned considerable professional recognition. In 2020, she received a scholarship from the foundation of the painter Valdemārs Tone and the Nordic and Baltic Young Artist Award, as well as the special prize of the Riga Photography Biennial – NEXT 2021, and published her first photography book “Vibrations of the material universe. Thirst for gold” in collaboration with the Lithuanian publisher “NoRoutine Books”, which appeared in summer 2021.”
Rūdis Bebrišs, Echo Gone Wrong.
Kristīne Krauze-Slucka has obtained a Fine Art Master's degree from the Visual Communication Department of the Latvian Academy of Arts (2020).
In her practice, she studies the relationship between man, technology and nature, paying attention to the processes of adaptation and hybridization, often focusing on the materiality aspects of the chosen media.
In 2021, the exhibition of her work “Obedient Touch” at the Latvian Museum of Photography was nominated for the Purvītis Prize.