Ukrainian artist, Olesia Onykiienko, who is known as NFNR, an acronym for "Not Famous Nor Rich".

A musician, film and theater composer, and a curator of an experiential platform for women and non-binary people, NFNR is recognized for her work in promoting women and non-binary people in society.

The Anibar staff is excited that NFNR will be performing on their stages.

With her background as a choral conductor, NFNR has transformed her knowledge of choral music into electronic compositions in a variety of genres, combining polyphonic materials with a passion for industrial recording, the interplay between the two is impressive.

As an initiative to support the Ukrainian resistance, NFNR has launched an album called "Eve".

The NFNR has actively supported the Ukrainian resistance since the beginning of the Russian occupation of Ukraine, collecting donations and arranging supplies from overseas.

Since the beginning of the war, NFNR has resided in Ukraine and has also toured the world as part of an artist collective called Shiva the Destructor to raise money for Ukrainian aid.

NFNR participated in ARS Electronica 2018. Together with Anna Khvyl, she released a music album in 2020. A year later, 2021, she released “Dog Rose” on Corridor Audio.

The album was also broadcast on Cashmere Radio (Berlin).

She strives for the visibility of her country and the importance of a sense of togetherness.

The first cultural and national fronts are very important, extinction is not an option for Ukraine.

Its disintegration due to Russia is nothing compared to what Independent Ukraine is rich with.

It is a war against culture, a war against identity, and the most artists can do so far is to fight for its existence and all that it stands for.

Everything is important and everything has its own importance.

Being a defender of culture is of great importance, and that's what Ukrainian artists are doing with such online performances and activities.

In the age of technology these remain in the archives for the time we are living in, these are the new evidence of culture.

NFNR quotas;

"Russia says that we are part of Russia, says that our culture does not exist, and now I am sure that this presence of Ukrainian culture must exist, because if all people go to the front to fight, Ukraine will disappear" .

and every move in this war is monumental.