- April 1910, publication of A Trap for Judges a collection of Futurist poetry, marks the first collaboration of David and Nikolai Burliuk, Elena Guro, Kamenskii and Khlebnikov. These poets became known as the Gileia group.
- July-August 1910, excerpts from the “Manifesto of Italian Futurist Painters” appear in Russia in Apollon.
- VKhUTEMAS, Russian architectural avant-garde school 1920-1930 in Moscow. Together with the French rationalism, German and Dutch functionalism it is a turning point in the historical development of the world architectural process.   Tomáš Štrauss (1998) pp 180-182
- 1921 exhibition of Constructivist art, put together by Obmokhu, or the Society of Young Artists, a group founded in 1919 by recent graduates of the First State Free Art Studios 
- Wladimir Baranoff-Rossine, in 1924 he had the first presentation of his optophonic piano during a performance at the Bolshoi Theatre in Moscow - a synaesthetic instrument that was capable of creating sounds and coloured lights, patterns and textures simultaneously.
- Viacheslav Koleichuk, one of the leaders of constructivist art in Russia.
- Miguel Molina Alarcón, Baku: Symphony of Sirens: Sound Experiments in The Russian Avant-Garde. Original Documents and Reconstructions of 72 Key Works of Music, Poetry and Agitprop from the Russian Avantgardes (1908-1942), London: ReR Megacorp, 2008. Book and 2-CD.
- Andrei Smirnov, Lubov Pchelkina, Generation_Z: Russian Pioneers of Sound Art and Musical Technology in 1910-1930, Moscow, 2009. 
- Russian Avantgarde Foundation
- Art Journal Vol. 41, No. 3, Autumn, 1981: "The Russian Avant-Garde". 
 Experimental film
- Constructivist film
- Aelita, Queen of Mars (1924), dir. Iakov Protozanov, based on the novel by Alexei Tolstoy (1923).
- Interplanetary Revolution (1924), dir. N. Khodataev, Z. Komisarenko, and Y. Merkulov. Animated film.
- Cine Fantom aka Parallel Cinema circle (*1984, Moscow and St Petersburg): Igor Aleinikov, Glen Aleinikov, and others
- Mzhalalafilm group (1980s, St Petersburg): Evgeny Ufit (necrorealism), Evgeny Kondratev
- Che-Paev group (*1988, St Petersburg)
- Leningrad Film School (*1988, St Petersburg): Alexander Sokurev and others
- Vladimir Kobrin
- Seth Graham (ed.), Necrorealism: Contexts, History, Interpretations, Pittsburgh, 2001.
 Interactive environments and installations
- Dvizheniye group (Moscow), 1960s-1970s
- Prometei group (Kazan), 1960s-1990s
- ARGO group (Moscow), 1970s
- 1965 - Exhibition - Kinetic Art, Dvizheniye (Movement) group, House of Architect, Leningrad
- 1967 - EXPO '67, Soviet Pavilion, Montreal, Canada
- 1978 - Science and Art, House of Scientists, exhibition, Moscow
- 1979 - Colour - Form - Space, Exhibition Hall on Malaja Gruzinskaja, exhibition, Moscow
- 1987 - Retrospection of Moscow Unofficial Art (1957-1987), Exhibition Hall of the association "Ermitazh" in Belajevo, Moscow
- 1988 - Geometry in Art, Exhibition Hall on Kashirskaja, Moscow
- Cybertheater, 1967, Lev Nusberg and the 'Movement' Group. A 20 m2 complex of kinetic "cyber-creatures", mostly 130 X 80 cm. Members of the Russian 'Movement' Group built in St. Petersburg (then, Leningrad) cyber-creatures, or "cybers", which had five to six degrees of freedom. In this theater of artificial creatures, the actors were capable of controlling the color and intensity of the lights, as well as sounds and smells. A color film was planned by the "Movement" Group. A much bigger and more complex programmed "Cybertheater" was also projected.
- Leonardo, Vol. 27, No. 5, 1994. Prometheus: Art, Science and Technology in the Former Soviet Union: Special Issue. 
 Computer art
- Kitty, 1968, computer animation. A group of russian physicists and mathematicians with N.Konstantinov in the head of it created mathematic model of the cat and its moving and realized this model in the program for the computer “BESM-4”. Computer printed hundreds of frames on the paper using alphabet symbols and then they were converted to the cinefilm.   
 Video art
- First experiments with video 8 cameras date back to the late 80s, when western video art started to cross the borders of the Soviet Union, which at that period became less resistant not only to the formerly viciously denounced "degenerate, imperialistic" forms of art, but also to the technical devices necessary to produce first Russian works of video art. 
- Gia Rigvava
- Sergey Shutov
- Vladimir Mogilevsky
- Kirill Preobrazhensky
- Aleksey Isaev
- Vadim Fishkin
- Boris Yukhananov, first video in 1985
- Aleksandr Molodkin and Vitaly Bashmolkin
- 1990s: Bulat Galeyev
- The Blue Noses group (*1999): Alexander Shaburov (Ekatarinenburg), Viatsheslav Mizin (Novosobirsk)
- Video installations
- 1990s: Isupov, Galeyev, Isaev, Fishkin
- History of Russian Video Art, exhibition series, 2007-2010, Moscow
- Anatoly V. Prokhorov, "HALF A KINGDOM FOR A STRANGE HORSE !". 
- "From Underground to Foreground: The Rise of Video Art in Russia". 
- Lucie Buechting, "Carbon Club: On Russian Video Art", 2004. 
- http://videotochka.ru/ - russian video art gallery, edition 2009
- Anthology of Russian Video Art,        
 Electroacoustic and experimental music, sound art
- Electro-acoustic music
- Valery Beluntsov, composer, founded Electro-acoustic studio in Moscow State Musical College
- Julia Dmitryukova, Composer, Musicologist
- Dmitry Tcheglakov, Composer, cellist
- Stanislav Kreichi, Composer, Sound Engineer. In 1961 joined group of engineers and composers who designed ANS synthesizer and with the ANS composed music for several films, performances and shows
- Vladimir Nikolaev, composer
- Tatyana Mikheyeva, composer
- Sergei Zagny, composer and musicologist
- Michael Prosniakov, Musicologist, Founder and Director of Stockhausen Institute, Moscow.
- Electronic music
- CD Mrs. Lenin. Electro-Acoustic music from the Theremin Center, http://payplay.fm/theremincenter
- Discography of Theremin Works, compiled by Matthias Sauer, Leonardo. 
- 1996 - Concert program for Lev Theremin’s 100 anniversary.
- 1997 - The Theremin Center. The Multimedia Concert Program at Russian Musical Academy, Moscow.
- Generation Z exhibition in Budapest, 2011
- Stockhausen Institute, Moscow, *1991, founded and directed by Michael Prosniakov
- Theremin Center, Moscow, *1992, directed by Andrey Smirnov
- Electro-acoustic studio in Moscow State Musical College
- "Recent Russian Texts on the Theremin", compiled by N. Nesturkh, B. Galeyev, S. Zorin, I. Vanechkina and S. Sintzova. Leonardo. 
- "Theremin International Resource Directory. Documents, Publications, Written Materials, Films and Other Resources on the Theremin; Archives, Museums, Libraries Containing Theremin Materials; Musical Works and Film Scores Written for the Theremin." Compiled by Matthias Sauer. Leonardo. 
 New media art, Media culture
- Eva Wohlgemuth and Kathy Rae Huffman, Siberian Deal, travel report, 1995. , 
- Mediatheque, First collection of media art in Russia with a non-commercial access, 
- http://www.mediamuseum.ru, 
- diss.cetera ostWEB, 
- Collaborative research on internet in Russia, 
- Katherine Liberovskaya, "Behind the Cyrillic Curtain : Notes on Internet Art and Culture in Russia", 2001, 
- Lev Manovich, "Behind the Screen / Russian New Media", 1997. 
- Andrea Hapke, Andrea Jana Korb, "Russische cyberfeministische Strategien", course plan, 2002. 
- Andrea Hapke and Andrea Jana Korb, "'Russische' cyberfeministische Strategien zwischen Realität, Virtualität und Fiktion – Ein Dialog", German. 
- Florian Schneider and James Allen. Runet - interview with olia lialina. 2000. 
- Jürgen Bruchhaus, "Runet 2000 - Politik und russisches Internet", Master thesis, 2000, German.  
- Media Art in Russia. ISEA Newsletter #95, January-February 2004. , 
- "Soviet Bibliography". Books on the theme "Art, Science and Technology" published in the Soviet Union from 1917-1991 (in Russian). Compiled by Bulat M. Galeyev. Leonardo. 
- "Bibliography of Articles Published in Leonardo on Art, Science and Technology in the Former Soviet Union", Leonardo. 
- "Russian Books on Art, Science and Technology (1992-2000)", compiled by Leonardo International Co-Editor Bulat M. Galeyev and Vladimir G. Chudnovsky. 
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