Masha Wysocka is a hybrid artist using photography, writing, sound and research.
Geographically, she lives and works astride Belgium and Spain. 
Whilst she was born in the USSR, she has lived in various European countries. Being both Spanish and Belgian, she identifies herself as a multilingual speaker who embraces languages and cultures from Cadiz to Vladivostok.
She holds an MA in photojournalism and documentary photography from London College of Communication, University of the Arts London. Moreover, she graduated from Institute of Political Sciences - Sciences Po Strasbourg and has a BA in sociology from University of Strasbourg.
She is one of the recipients of the Mead Fellowship awarded by University of the Arts London (2020) and a winner of other scholarships in Europe. She was selected for artist-in-residence programmes in Belgium, France, Germany and Spain. 
In 2021 her artist's book 'Truth is Stranger than Fiction' was shortlisted for the VI Fiebre Dummy Award - Spain. It was also selected among 50 Belgian photobooks to be shown at 2022 Rencontres d’Arles Festival (France). The project was part of the group exhibition ‘Talent Latent’ at 2022 Scan Tarragona Festival (Spain).
In 2022 her project Jardín de naturalización (The Garden of Naturalisation) has been shown at two European festivals: TransEuropa (Porto, Portugal) and Kontenporanea (Irún, Spain). 
Artistically, as well as theoretically, she is interested in working at the intersection of different disciplines: history, literature, sociology, philosophy and science. She is a member of the feminist artist network “Room to Bloom” dedicated to ecological and postcolonial narratives. Her work is part of the art collection at the Museum of the University of Alicante - Spain.