Yanov’s work stems from an intention to reconfigure the visibility/invisibility of identity and culture in a contemporary way. His work transits between sculpture, performance, film, and dance, represented by multiple forms, gestures, and symbols. They question gender identity, the bodies’ reconfiguration and transformation to their surroundings, and the individual as a catalyst for change. His practice is formed by layers, from modernist aesthetics to ethnographic artifacts. He tries to connect ancient ritual practices with current identity construction and the ways in which societies set gender and sexuality values and archetypes.  He is also interested in liberating the body from the influences of the hyper­sexualized contemporary pop culture, which ultimately trivializes the dissenting and in the transforming power of what emerges from the impulses of the body itself.After working as part of the artists collective Rosa Chancho from 2005 to 2011, in recent years, Yanov has increasingly focused on his individual work. Recently, he was selected by MALBA, Museum of Latin American Art of Buenos Aires, for a solo exhibition and he has also been invited by curators Manuela Moscoso and Pablo Lafuente to develop a new project that will take place in the Pre-columbian Museum, Casa Del Alabado, in Ecuador and Spain over the next three years. He participated in the first edition of the Performance Biennial BP. 15 which took place in Argentina in 2015 and in 2016 he will participate in 11th Gwangju Biennale in South Korea.