Anna Borovikova was born in 1992 in Yekaterinburg. Her father was the director of the Precision Mechanics Factory, but died when the girl was 9 months old. At two years old, she already knew how to read, she went to school at the age of five, graduated with a gold medal, constantly won competitions in different sciences. She entered the USU, the faculty of international journalism. She did not finish it, and, in the middle of her studies, transferred to the Faculty of Translation Studies, studying remotely, where she also did not finish her studies. From school, Anna was interested in programming, so she was going to connect her life with IT and, in parallel with her studies, took various courses in this area and studied independently. After Anna started earning her first money, she set off on her first trip abroad, to sunny Italy. There, in the capital, in one of the museums, she saw one abstract painting - a black square, but it was not Malevich's square, but a complex composition of lines, representing a large black square. This picture impressed her to the depths of her soul. She was struck by the power of the mind, capable of creating such a masterpiece. It still could not get out of her head, and soon, upon arrival home, Anna began to remember her school dream - to study at the art academy, she also remembered that unusual abstract composition that she had drawn once in class, when she got bored. After that, she decides to move to St. Petersburg, where she lives for four years, a year of which she spends in complete solitude, in a small house in a picturesque place near St. Petersburg, where she is engaged in spiritual practices, plunging into the depths of the subconscious, then experimenting in creativity and forming her own, subsequently pronounced and recognizable style. In 2016 Anna leaves for Moscow, where she lives to this day.