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Nata(lia)sha Borissova is [[Moscow]] born, [[Munich]]/[[Berlin]]-based media artist and organizer working in a diy, explorative, and process-related way. She has studied Book Design at Moscow State University of Printing Arts (formal VKhUTEMAS/ Vkhutein). Since 1995 she has been experimenting with visual media while living in Moscow, Berlin, Stuttgart, Buffalo/ NY and Munich. She has spent some time as a visiting professor, lecturing on Motion imaging at State University/Buffalo, NY (SUNY), and has been selected for several grants and artists' residencies in Europe (Soros Center/Moscow, ZKM/ Kartsruhe, Schloss Solitude/ Stuttgart, Moks/Mooste-Estonia, The Academy of Fine Arts/Munich, Cultural department of Munich, Bezirk Oberbayern/Munich, Connected/Poellau-Austria and other). Since 2006 she has been working with d.i.y electronics, low-power organic systems/technology, electromagnetic fields and noise, giving workshops and independently running [[aa-vv.org]] - a migrating zone for informal education, lab-style projects, creative workshops, as well as those self- (de)constructivist, experiment-based, temporal norms-forms abandoning situations. Gradually her main interest is shifting from showing to looking, from hearing to listening, from art to life, from life to... the dead frog (alive).
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Natalia Boris(s)ova is [[Moscow]] born, [[Berlin]]-based independent non-disciplinary artist-maker, researcher, organizer and intuitive permaculturalist with a mycological twist.
  
http://aa-vv.org/
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Since 1995, she has been working with multi-media including print, art-documentary, live visuals and sound/acoustic while living in Moscow, Stuttgart, Buffalo/NY, Munich, Berlin and traveling.
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In 2000, she taught (as visiting professor) at the State University in Buffalo, NY.  
  
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From 2006 she regularly organized experimental un/events, lab-style projects and taught hands-on seminars covering a range of topics such as: low-tech electronics, low-power electro-organic systems, amplification of the electromagnetic fields and circuit-bending (where some electronic components were exchanged with organic elements such as human body, plants, fruits, vegetables..) etc. and focusing on the anti-consumerist, constructivist and creative aspects.
  
[[Category:Electromagnetism|Borissova, Natalia]]
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From 2011 she became somewhat more tangential to the 'natural media', 'edible messages' and their 'healing abilities' - the slow art of gardening with living multi-functional systems inoculated with fungi. She regularly holds theoretical+practical activities introducing everyone to the mycological processes and promoting integration of fungi in-and-outdoor, urban, rural and in the diet.
[[Category:Circuit bending|Borissova, Natalia]]
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The results of continuous exploration of the surroundings in the quest for surprising simplicity and inventive pathways outside of existing frameworks slowly started to ferment triggering the sensation of umami. To be continued. (2017)
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* http://aa-vv.org/
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Latest revision as of 14:37, 24 August 2020

Natalia Boris(s)ova is Moscow born, Berlin-based independent non-disciplinary artist-maker, researcher, organizer and intuitive permaculturalist with a mycological twist.

Since 1995, she has been working with multi-media including print, art-documentary, live visuals and sound/acoustic while living in Moscow, Stuttgart, Buffalo/NY, Munich, Berlin and traveling. In 2000, she taught (as visiting professor) at the State University in Buffalo, NY.

From 2006 she regularly organized experimental un/events, lab-style projects and taught hands-on seminars covering a range of topics such as: low-tech electronics, low-power electro-organic systems, amplification of the electromagnetic fields and circuit-bending (where some electronic components were exchanged with organic elements such as human body, plants, fruits, vegetables..) etc. and focusing on the anti-consumerist, constructivist and creative aspects.

From 2011 she became somewhat more tangential to the 'natural media', 'edible messages' and their 'healing abilities' - the slow art of gardening with living multi-functional systems inoculated with fungi. She regularly holds theoretical+practical activities introducing everyone to the mycological processes and promoting integration of fungi in-and-outdoor, urban, rural and in the diet.

The results of continuous exploration of the surroundings in the quest for surprising simplicity and inventive pathways outside of existing frameworks slowly started to ferment triggering the sensation of umami. To be continued. (2017)

Links