Lizaveta Chapaikina (b. 1998, Minsk) lives and works in Valencia, a city to which she moved in 2021. She began studying academic drawing with a teacher at the Academy of Arts in 2017. She is inspired by her personal experiences, but also finds inspiration in all things around her: people, nature, movies, music. The work nothing is rich in detail and totally unconventional; it would take a long time to fully enjoy it and grasp all the details. What can be grasped at first glance is that there is no standard trend; the work can be viewed from any position. Hieroglyphics, cartoon characters, inscriptions, still life, and animals appear. A man is reading a book, probably The Little Prince - considering the depiction above the pages. The man is faceless, or rather, his face is replaced by that of another man on whose shoulder rests the paw of a black dog. This man's face is covered by a kind of red scar: a smiley made with red paint. The whole finds within the canvas its own balance in the chaos and nothing prevails over the rest in this free and creative flow. The second work exhibited by Lizaveta Chapaikina is the hole, a much simpler work than the previous one compositionally. The light blue color prevails, of which the exception is the brown hair of the main character and his red shorts. The gaze of the man, who is sitting on the ground and supporting himself on his outstretched arms, is lost in the void, pensive and melancholy. Finally, we can see she, the last work on display, with a horizontal progression and starring a figure of a naked woman. The woman is sitting on the ground, floor and background merging into one color: bright blue flecked with orange, green and other shades. The nape of the neck, without hair, rests on the wrist of the right arm, while the left arm is stretched out in front of the figure. The legs like the right arm are also bent and cover the woman's private parts, censoring her nudity.