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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, [[Munich]]/[[Berlin]]-independent cross/non-disciplinary artist&maker, researcher&organizer. Since 1995 she has been working with multi-media including print, art documentary, live visuals and sound while living in Moscow, Stuttgart, Buffalo/NY Munich, Berlin and traveling. She was projected to teach (visiting professor) on Motion imaging at State University/Buffalo, NY (SUNY). Since 2006 she has been independently working with DIY electronics, low-power organic systems/technology, electromagnetic fields and acoustic, giving workshops, randomly organizing experimental (un)events and lab-style projects. Since 2011 she has found herself contemplating and cultivating edible fungi as a source of ongoing surprise and unmatched nutritional supremacy, calling this passion "Non-Green Gardening"/NGG (simply because mushrooms don't produce chlorophyll that makes plants green). NGG is a series of living-lab experiments with mushrooms through theoretical and practical research, curiosity and magic. It sees mushrooms as a recycling, transforming, connecting and healing organism. It aims to observe and learn from fungal behavior as a catalyst for continuous exploration of the environment in quest of inventive pathways outside of existing frameworks.
  
 
http://aa-vv.org/
 
http://aa-vv.org/

Revision as of 16:36, 27 February 2013

Natalia Boris(s)ova is Moscow born, Munich/Berlin-independent cross/non-disciplinary artist&maker, researcher&organizer. Since 1995 she has been working with multi-media including print, art documentary, live visuals and sound while living in Moscow, Stuttgart, Buffalo/NY Munich, Berlin and traveling. She was projected to teach (visiting professor) on Motion imaging at State University/Buffalo, NY (SUNY). Since 2006 she has been independently working with DIY electronics, low-power organic systems/technology, electromagnetic fields and acoustic, giving workshops, randomly organizing experimental (un)events and lab-style projects. Since 2011 she has found herself contemplating and cultivating edible fungi as a source of ongoing surprise and unmatched nutritional supremacy, calling this passion "Non-Green Gardening"/NGG (simply because mushrooms don't produce chlorophyll that makes plants green). NGG is a series of living-lab experiments with mushrooms through theoretical and practical research, curiosity and magic. It sees mushrooms as a recycling, transforming, connecting and healing organism. It aims to observe and learn from fungal behavior as a catalyst for continuous exploration of the environment in quest of inventive pathways outside of existing frameworks.

http://aa-vv.org/