Russian Digital Art
Wednesday, March 10, 202112:00 pm – 1:00 pm EST/GMT-5
A lecture with Natalia Fedorova (Assistant Professor, Faculty of Liberal Arts and Sciences (Smolny) of St. Petersburg University)
Unlike contemporary art, Russian digital art doesn’t seem to suffer from censorship, and yet its rich language allows for social critique as well as for utopian planning. The lecture will describe two exhibitions: Mindsets vs Datasets (Moscow curators Olga Vad, Helena Nikonole) and Pangardenia (St. Petersburg curators Arthur Konstantinov, Natalia Fedorova, Laura Rodrigues, Anna Kozlova) that were held online. Both exhibitions present meaning and the place of technologies in human society as well as in the scope of planet Earth.
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