Olga Koroleva (b.1987, Russia) is a London-based artist working across writing, photography, moving image, and live action. She pursues her long-term inquiry into inter-species relationships through the examination of gestures, language and biology. Informed by current debates in animal studies, ethology, anthropology, and queer theory, her work aims to address life and liveness of human and non-human animals, organic and inorganic matter, and their multiplicities.

Olga is the founder and leader of The Political Animal reading group based at The Showroom, London since February 2016.

She is currently working on a cinematic triptych based on the three manifestations of the wolf: as an animal body, as a mythical character, and as a political entity. You can follow her progress on this Research and Development page.