An artist of many facets, she is a painter, photographer, muralist and curator. Her abstract and colorful works are dynamic, while respecting an elaborate geometry. The result is a graphical work of psychedelic visual intensity. Hayuk cites multiple references as inspiration; exploiting Ukrainian folk art and Tibetan mandalas as well as pop culture and modern art.
She currently lives and works in Brooklyn. Her works form part of various institutions such as the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles, the Bonnefanten Museum Maastricht or the School of Visual Arts in Rio de Janeiro.