She was born in Minsk (BSSR, today the Republic of Belarus).
Studying at the Belarusian Academy of Arts.
Student A at the Gerrit Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam.
She created the installation "In my plate. A monument to my studio" (My Cup of Tea. A Monument for my Studio) representing a quasi-museum exhibit-stele, created from priceless garbage, with which she works.
The installation "Aesop's Pets" (Aesop's Pets), as part of the exhibition "Contour. Continuity", was exhibited at the Lambert van Meerten Museum (Delft, the Netherlands). The artist placed the installation in a historical interior of the 17th century, the heyday of puritanical moralism, and created an ironic, deliberately kitsch allusion to the cemetery of domestic animals, the heroes of Aesop's instructive fables. Fifteen porcelain urns with busts of animals occupied the entire exhibition space. Each animal was accompanied by an epitaph, such as: "Tormented", "Did everything he could" or "Called back!". The original installation consists of 32 objects and can be viewed in the video presentation.
Associate Professor at the Gerrit Rietveld Academy (ceramic department) and manager of many projects in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
A series of works "Trophies" (The Trophy Cups) the artist dedicated to the theme of self-realization. Like many works by Vika Mitrichenko based on family stories, this project is based on the history of her father's professional career, who turned from a coach of the USSR national swimming team into a connoisseur and collector of art. The work consists of more than 100 cups and commemorative awards, on which you can read the inscriptions for which they were "issued", for example: "For looking into the distance and doing nothing", "For once saying that it was not it's easy to bury your talent in the ground" or "For learning to swim against the current." Vika Mirichenko asks a question in the commentary to the work: "Maybe the most important thing is not professional success, but much more important and valuable is what is left in the shadows?".