CYBERFEST, the annual exposition of technology-based artwork of international artists, comes to Russia for a fourth year.
CYBERFEST 2010 introduces its next group of diverse New Media thinkers to each other, to a widening audience, and to a city that continues its long history of being a home to artists and Art. A universal and timely theme — this year's curatorial focus explores society's day-to-day life and routine practices in a growing technologically-driven culture.
Participating Artists: Aleksandr Pozin, Aleksandra Dementieva, Andrew Demirjian, Andrew Ustinov, Anna Frants, Boris Kazakov, Costantino Ciervo, David Rothenberg and ADD, Dmitry Shubin, Elena Gubanova, Evgenija Konovalova, Georgi Begun, Grégoire Zabé & Valérie Bouvier, HARVESTWORKS: Adam Rokhsar & Hans Tammen, Jan-Peter & E.R. Sonntag, Katherine Liberovskaya & o.blaat/Keiko Uenishi, Laura Dragul, Lidija Kavina, Ludmila Belova, Manja Alekseeva, Marina Koldobskaya, mikhael a crest sator, Nicola Naismith, Oleg Elagin, Reynold Reynolds, Ryan Wolfe, Scott Song Snibbe, Sergej Denisov, Vladimir Kozin, Vova Lilo
Board of Advisers: Olesya Turkina / The State Russian Museum, Dmitri Ozerkov / The State Hermitage, Peter Weibel / International media artist and scholar, Elena Selina / Director of XL Gallery
Curatorial Team: Anna Frants / St Petersburg Arts Project, Marina Koldobskaya / National Center for Contemporary Art, Sofia Kudrjavtseva, Sergej Teterin.
POLIGRAF Exposition by Ludmila Belova
Media Lab Cyland
Saint-Petersburg Arts Project
St. Petersburg Branch of the National Center for Contemporary Art