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Dmitry Bulatov

Dmitry Bulatov (1968) is an artist, art theoretician and curator. In his research Dmitry focuses specifically on different aspects of interrelation between art and technologies. His works were presented at various international exhibitions, among them “Bunker Poetico” (49 Venice Biennial, Венеция, 2001), “Davaj! Russian Art Now” (Berlin-Vienna, 2002), “Brain Academy Apartment” (50th Venice Biennial, Venice, 2003), “3durch3»” (Cassel, 2004), “Art of Tortures and Executions” (Kaliningrad, 2005), “Victory over the Sun” (Moscow, 2007), “Technology Expanding the Horizon” (Columbus, 2007), “Senses Alert” (Berlin, 2008), “Corpus Extremus (Life+)” (New York, 2009), “Russian utopias” (Moscow, 2010), “Life. Science version” (Moscow, 2011) and many other. Dmitry took part in festival programs, including Moscow Film Festival (Moscow, 2001, 2007, 2008), “Radiotopia” (ORF, Ars Electronica, 2002), “Off-Beats” (Berlin, 2003), SKIF-8 (Saint Petersburg, 2004), “Up to date: Art-Technology festival” (Santiago, 2006), ISEA (2008, etc. He was the curator of a program “SOFT CONTROL: Art, science and the technological unconscious” (Maribor, 2013) and such festivals as IMPAKT and ARS ELECTRONICA in Kaliningrad (2013). Dmitry is the author of articles on contemporary art that were published both in Russia and abroad, as well as such books and anthologies as “BioMediale. Contemporary society and genomic culture” (2004), “Evolution Haute Coutire: Art and Science in the Post-Biological Age” (2009), “Evolution Haute Couture: part II. Theory” (2013). Dmitry also delivered lectures at different institutions in Russia (the Hermitage, State Tretiakov Gallery, NCCA), USA, Canada, Germany, the Netherlands, Mexico, Chili and Hong Kong. Winner of the national awards for contemporary art “Innovation” (2008). In 2007 Dmitry was rated in the Top 10 authors of the most exciting new organisms according to the Wired magazine (San Francisco). Member of the editorial board of the “DOC(K)S” magazine on contemporary art (France).