1978–1984 - studied in Kyiv, in 1986–1988 - in Moscow,
1995 – at CIES in Paris, 1998 - at the University of Amsterdam,
2003–2004 - at UCLA, USA.
Residences: 1996 - CREDAC, Paris; 1998 - Banff Center, Canada; 2000–2002 - Bauhaus, Dessau, Germany; 2001 - ARTELEKU, San Sebastian, Spain; FACT, Liverpool, UK; 2015 - DEAC, Budva, Montenegro; 2018 - Shaolong, Tainan, Kwandu Museum of Fine Arts, Taipei, Taiwan.
During 1992-2007 she received grants in France, Germany, Spain, USA, Canada, Great Britain, Sweden and Montenegro, Taiwan.
The works were displayed in museums and exhibitions:
1998 - at MOMA, New York
1999 - ART FAIR Stockholm, Sweden; Museum of Contemporary Art, Zagreb, Croatia
2000 - German Historical Museum, Berlin; ISEA, Paris
2001 - Munich, Germany; Museum of Art History, Vienna, Austria
2002 - SEA Fair, Museum of Contemporary Art, Skopje, Macedonia
2003, 2007, 2011 - Jurassic Technology Museum, Los Angeles, USA 2008 - DIGITAL Media-Valencia, Spain; VII Digital Art Salon, MACZUL Museum of Contemporary Art del Zulia, Maracaibo, Venezuela
2009, 2010 - Art-Vilnius, Vilnius, Lithuania
2010 - Sarajevo Winter Biennale, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
2011 - Brod Art Center, Los Angeles, USA; Art Arsenal, Kyiv, Ukraine; 4th Biennial of Contemporary Art, Moscow, Russia; 6th Tashkent Biennale of Contemporary Art, Uzbekistan (award)
2012 - 1st Kyiv Biennale of Contemporary Art ARSENALE, Kyiv, Ukraine; Moscow Museum of Contemporary Art, Russia
2013 - Museum of Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina; Moscow Museum of Contemporary Art, Russia
2014 - International Festival "Sarajevo Winter", Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina; IX ART KYIV Contemporary, Art Arsenal, Kyiv; "The Long Road to Freedom", Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art, Chicago, USA
2015 - "Decompression", "Ukraine - Free Stage", Paris, France; "On the border. Ukrainian Art 1985–2004 ”, Pinchuk Art Center, Kyiv, Ukraine; File - International Electronic Language Festival, the Sesi-SP’s Art Gallery at the Fiesp Cultural Center - Ruth Cardoso, São Paulo, Brazil; DEAC, Montenegro
2016 XVII LPM Amsterdam, The Netherlands
2017 XVIII LPM Amsterdam, The Netherlands; "City code" ArtBatFest 8, Almaty, Kazakhstan; Anonymous Society, Pinchuk Art Center, Kyiv, Ukraine
2018 «Flashback. Ukrainian Media Art of the 90s ”, Art Arsenal, Kyiv, Ukraine; "Free D" Kwandu Museum of Fine Arts, Taipei, Taiwan; "Meta-physical space-time", Shaulong Cultural Park, Tainan; Salisbury Art Center, UK.
2019 "Insatiable Mind", "My Space", Pinchuk Art Center, Kyiv, Ukraine; Post-Human, Triptych ART Gallery, Kyiv, Ukraine.
The author's films have been screened and won prizes at numerous film, video and new media festivals in New York, London, Tallinn, St. Petersburg, Osnabrück, Montecatini, Linz, Moscow, Paris, Berlin, Oberhausen, Liverpool, Belo Horizonte, Carlo Horizonte, (category A), Chisinau, Weimar, Tel Aviv, Ankara, Pesaro, Santa Fe, Stuttgart, Barcelona, Berdyansk, Sevastopol, Sarajevo, Clermont-Ferrand.
Since 1993, Oksana Chepelyk has organized 15 curatorial exhibitions (Ukraine, France, USA, Canada, Brazil, Kazakhstan and Germany), 30 solo exhibitions in Europe and America and participated in a number of group exhibitions (Russia, Germany, Lithuania, Ukraine, France, USA). , Sweden, Croatia, Brazil, Austria, Macedonia, Bosnia and Herzegovina).
1999 received A.I.D.O. FilmVideo Award, Italy, in 2003 - Werklietz Award, Germany, 2013 - Cinemadamare Award at the IFF in Venice, Italy.
Since 2003, Oksana Chepelyk has been a leading specialist at the Institute of Contemporary Art of Ukraine and the author of numerous articles and monographs "Interaction of Architectural Spaces, Contemporary Art and New Technologies".
In 2007 she founded the International Festival of Social Sculpture in Kyiv.
1997, 2007 - ArtsLink and Independent Projects Award, USA. In 2003 and 2010 she won the Fulbright Prize (USA). 2011 - Distinction of the 6th Tashkent Biennale of Contemporary Art, Uzbekistan. 2013 - nominated for the Artraker Award, London, UK.
Invitation to the author's works in the COLLECTION gallery