Bio

Anastasia and Eugeny Lukuta are a transdisciplinary artists, designers, nomads.

Participants of the research project of the 5th Ural Industrial Biennale of Contemporary Art. Also took part in various art exhibitions and festivals in Vladivostok, Yekaterinburg, St. Petersburg, Irkutsk, Khabarovsk, Omsk. They are the authors of video installations in theatrical productions "Guide to Hell", Yekaterinburg and "Planet D", Vladivostok. In 2018, we moved to Vladivostok, where they studied at the magistracy of the Far Eastern Federal University in the field of Digital Art.

 

Evgeny Lukuta explores the interaction and digotomy of the virtual and real environment, intelligent technologies, synthetic recognition, data-driven urbanism.

 

As methods, he uses flanerism, experiments with recording various data such as data from satellites, surveillance cameras, gps analytics, 360-degree panoramic images and three-dimensional space scanning in his artistic practice.

 

He is currently interested in distributed and spatial computing and its social implications. His area of ​​interest is also moving towards inclusive communication technologies.

Evgeny was born in 1991 in the city of Omsk. In 2014 he received a diploma in information technology engineer in the media industry.

In 2020 he received a master's degree in design in the direction of "Digital Art", in the same year Eugene studied at the Vladivostok School of Contemporary Art in the direction of "Curatorship in the digital space" from the Goethe Institute.

Anastasia Lukuta, in her artistic practice, explores the topic of communication and addresses such topics as: memory, data, identity and time.

She works at the intersection of science and art, studies the following types of communication: person-person, person-environment, person-technology.

 

Her artistic interests include studying the role of language in communication processes, as well as analyzing the possibility of non-verbal communication.

 

In 2019, she took part in a workshop with Joe Davis "Building an Immortal Library". She was born in 1993 in the Omsk region.

 

In 2014 she graduated with a degree in Graphic Design at the Higher School of Folk Art in St. Petersburg. From 2014 to 2018 she received additional education in the specialty "Interior design" at the Russian State Vocational Pedagogical University in Yekaterinburg.

In 2020 she defended her dissertation and received a master's degree in design in the direction of "Digital Art". 12/2020 Winner of the Oxford Russian Foundation Scholarship Selection

 

CV

Awards:

03/2020 win of the international festival of video art "Pixels Fest", in the category of audience voting, Yekaterinburg.

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Exhibitions and festivals:

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03/2020 "Project M. Restart of the Omsk subway", Omsk
11/2019 "Digital Gonzaga", set design competition at Digital OPERA 2.0 / Opera of the digital age at the Hermitage Theater, St. Petersburg

11/2019 "HEIGHT 611" / Exhibition project, Center for Observation and Research of Contemporary Art Artservatory, Khabarovsk.

09/2019 5th Ural Industrial Biennale of Contemporary Art, Research Project, Yekaterinburg.

08/2019 "Movie Night - 2019", Bronstein Gallery, Irkutsk.

06/2019 "Metadrama 2019", Pacific International Festival of Contemporary Drama, Vladivostok.

06/2019 "From deconstruction to transformation", exhibition of digital art coworking Ajax, Vladivostok.

04/2019 "- Da" Group exhibition, Center for Observation and Research of Contemporary Art Artservatory, Khabarovsk.

11/2018 "Start", Festival of Technological Art, Vladivostok.

 

 

Side projects:

 

09/2019 Workshop with Joe Davis "Creating an Immortal Library", Yekaterinburg.

05/2019 Digital sculpting for the Garden of Planets, Sakhalin.

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Lectures:

 

- 07/13/2019 Open lecture "Technological art and how to learn it", creative space "Art El", Novosibirsk.

Speakers of the lecture:

Ekaterina Belyaeva (Vladivostok)

Anastasia Lukuta (Omsk)

Evgeny Lukuta (Omsk)

The lecture spoke about new directions of education in the field of art, why it is becoming interesting for universities to graduate interdisciplinary specialists and how artistic comprehension of technological and digital ways to influence society.

Understanding technological art as a mediator between science and society, they talked about how innovative technologies are included in the artist's toolkit for creating projects on topical topics of our time.

 

- 26 Oct. 2018 Open House Day. Excursion to the laboratory. Lecture / Master class

FEFU laboratory building

- 27 Dec. 2018 Open House Day. Excursion to the laboratory. Lecture / Master class

Laboratory building FEFU Е-649

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- Jan 26. 2019 Open master class "DIGITAL SCULPTING" / weekend master class |

Laboratory building FEFU Е-649

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- 9 Feb. Dec 2019

Open Day. Excursion to the laboratory. Lecture / Master class

Laboratory building FEFU Е-649

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- November 29, 2020 | Workshop | Festival RUKAMI.

Online intensive, dedicated to rethinking digital and analog spaces "FUTURE". On Zoom Platforms | Mozila Hubs.

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- 18 Oct. 2020 Public Talk. Street Art in the Digital Age: The Impact of the Internet on Street Art

Space of the Center for Contemporary Art "Zarya".

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- October 6, 2020 / Public Talk. / Open meeting and discussion of the international exhibition project "Wonderful World".

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Publications:

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Nastya: 07/2020 publication in the compilation of the collection "Aesthetics of Biodiversity" in the Global Young Academy

https://globalyoungacademy.net/science-art-group-presents-the-aesthetics-of-biodiversity-compilation/

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Evgeny

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lukutaes@gmail.com

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Anastasia

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