How to gather? Acting in a Center in a City in the Heart of the Island of Eurasia

Under challenging circumstances, the Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art opts for a radical format and changes its structure: the biennale will be condensed into ten days. Artistic, discursive and reflective moments will shape the space. Located in the Pavilion No.1 of VDNKh, it is here that the Moscow Biennale will evolve, as a think tank in real time.

Biennale: Sept 22 - Oct 1, 2015
Documentary exhibition project: Oct 3 - Oct 11, 2015

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Novitskova, Katja

Born in Talinn, EE
Based in Amsterdam, NL

Katja Novitskova is an installation artist whose work focuses on the issues of technology, evolutionary processes, digital imagery and corporate aesthetics. Novitskova is interested in investigating how media actively redefines the world and culture. 

During the Biennale, Katja Novitskova discussed her work in an open setting. Stemming from a reflection on her works from a personal point of view, Katja and her guests from Moscow discussed the influence of the post-soviet era on post-internet art, trying to figure out whether there is an aesthetic connection between the both.