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Intra-structures


Telegram bot. Co-developed as DCC for the exhibition “If Need Be” at Z33 House for Contemporary Art,
Design and Architecture. Husselt, Belgium

“Intra-structures” treats infrastructures as intra-active processes, placing the user within the Russian propaganda infrastructures. Through the fictioning machine of the telegram bot, it enacts the mundane chat of Russian propaganda workers, allowing a user to see the infrastructure as a process. “Intra-structures” in the chat are continuously evoked as the hands of copywriters touching keyboards, laptops overheating from the graphic software, PR-managers’ phones losing signal, drones photographing tarpaulins on the ground.

Presented:  Fiction Machines – Part II,  The Centre for Media Research at Bath Spa University

Caring for the Shaky Ground


Digital Cognitive Mapping . 

This project analyses the Crimean Tatars’ decolonial solidarity, their resistance against colonial violence,
and their relation to the soil through irrigation systems in Crimea. It accounts for the multiple ways in
which the indigenous Crimean Tatars have resisted the twin shadows of colonial actions, which have been
imposed from both Russia and the West. Its narrative is produced using the method of cognitive mapping,
through which one can describe reality with spatial and temporal non-linear representations of social
systems.


Acompanying seminar “Politics of Care Infrastructures”.
How can an infrastructural perspective reflect the materiality of care practices? How do care infrastructures inform our approach towards ecology, and how can they contribute to contemporary debates on the anthropocene and ecofascism?
Reading list. Seminar Recording [In Russian]


Presented: Rosa House of Culture, St. Petersburg; XVII Moscow Biennale for Young Art;
Comissioned: Rosa Luxemburg Foundation,Garage Museum of Contemporary Art

Intermodal Terminal 


“Intermodal Terminal” platform seeks to interrogate colonial logistics of the Post-Soviet space. The entr point for the platform is the intermodal terminal in Nakhodka, a port city in Primorsky Krai. “Colonial sediments” video investigates it as one of the cases of colonial violence and decolonial resistance


Presented at the 7th Moscow Biennale for Young Art, Budka  Tbilisi, ISSMAG Gallery, Moscow,  D’Est, Berlin. 
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