We have a professional team of interdisciplinary specialists. Currently, the project involves people working in various fields of science and art, such as artists, musicians and sound programmers, research scientists in the field of neurobiology, psychology, sociology, artificial intelligence, communications specialists, researchers in the field of Contemporary art, tech engineers and more.
GALINA BLEIKH, artist
Galina works in New Media Art: Digital art concepts, 3d, AR and VR, Bio-art, Video art, Web-art, Generative art, etc. She is interested in how the new technological reality can interact with us through art.
Galina’s creative activity also includes mutual project with Elena Serebryakova (since 2011). The duo of artists developed the concept of “The Simulacro-Centric World” based on their own creative method, which they called “The Hybrid Neural Network Art” (HNN Art).
Galina graduated from the Stieglitz St. Petersburg State Academy of Art and Industry (MA). Since 1993, Galina Bleikh lives in Jerusalem.
As a New Media artist Galina takes part in many solo and group exhibitions and Contemporary art conferences all over the world. Among them: ArtPlatform On, South Korea (2022), The CICA Museum of Modern Art, South Korea (2021), KZ gallery for VR, Russia, (1920), NordArt, Germany (2019), Xposed Gallery, New-York (2019), Haifa Museum of Art, Israel (2018), Street Art Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia (2018), LA Art Show USA (2013), Artco France Gallery, Paris, France (2012), Art Asia Miami, USA (2011), etc.
LILIA CHAK, artist, designer and Science-art researcher
Lilia Chak works in New Media Art: Bio-art, Science-art, AI art, Digital art, Video art, Installation, Photography, Conceptual art, Net art, etc. In 2022, she defended her PhD thesis "Bio-art: When a Tree Becomes an Artwork. Contemporary Practices" in Sorbonne, Art & Science Department, Paris, France. She explores the intersections of art and biology and proves that new biological technologies can be used as a new medium for art. Lilia Chak introduced into the international lexicon a new term – Dendro-art as a new subdivision of Bio-art. She participates in Sorbonne project EDEN. The EDEN project is aimed at creating a new Garden of Eden as the ultimate goal of introducing innovative technologies to art and using unorthodox thinking to solve ecological problems.
Lilia Chak took part in Science-art exhibitions such as: Museo Orto Botanico, Italy (2022); Ars Electronica, Linz (2020); BOZAR, Brussels, (2020); Matsudo International Science Art Festival, Tokyo, (2020); FEFU Art Museum, Vladivostok, (2020); Negev Museum of Art, Beer-Sheva, (2019), etc. Her work has been presented internationally in exhibitions, articles and lectures.
Since 2021, she teaches her experimental practical and theoretical "Art, Biology and Ecology" course at Shenkar College of Engineering, Design and Art (Tel Aviv, Israel).
ELENA SEREBRYAKOVA, artist, psychologist
Elena’s interests include an interdisciplinary research in Internet technologies as a communicative resource in which she combines the point of view of an artist and a psychologist. Participant of many art exhibitions all over the world.
Elena graduated from the Stieglitz St. Petersburg State Academy of Art and Industry (MA), and from The Institute of Innovative Psychotechnologies (IIP).
Her creative activity also includes mutual project “The Simulacro-Centric World” with Galina Bleikh.
Elena takes part in many solo and group exhibitions all over the world. Among them: The CICA Museum of Modern Art, South Korea (2021), KZ gallery for VR, Russia, (1920), NordArt, Germany (2019), Xposed Gallery, New-York (2019), Street Art Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia (2018), LA Art Show USA (2013), Artco France Gallery, Paris, France (2012), Art Asia Miami, USA (2011), etc.