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Alexey Chebykin

Alexey Chebykin (1961) is an artist and architect. Works in different areas of contemporary art (AR-technologies, 3D-modeling and sculpture, interactive installations) focusing specifically on the interrelation of art and new technologies. Alexey participated in Russian and international projects and exhibitions, including an international festival of architecture and interior (Moscow, 2002, 2003); contemporary art festival “ARTKlyazma” (Moscow, 2004); “Impossible in 3D” competition (first prize, 2005); international project “Artist and Arms” (Nizhny Tagil, Moscow, Gdansk, 2002-2005); trans-Russian art project “9000km” (Novossibirsk, Kemerovo, Kurgan, Bishkek, 2006); international competition “Bombay Sapphire”; network festival and competition of computer graphics “Golden Web” (first and second prize in the nomination “3D visualization”, 2006); international project “D.i.a”, nomination “Innovation of the Kent Pack” (2006); international project “500 WANTS YOU” (2006); “Eastern Neighbors” (Utrecht, Kalmar, 2006); 3d biennale of contemporary art (Bishkek); “European Identity: Doubts or Hope” (Kaliningrad, 2006); runner-up of the competition “The heart of Venice” (Italy, 2007); 3d biennale of contemporary art “PRAGUEBIENNALE 3” (Prague, 2007); 52d Venice Biennale (“GINNUNGAGAP/Pavilion of Belief”, 2007); “Artissima” (Turin, 2007); “BazelWorld 2008” (Basel, 2008); “Schengen” (Feinkost gallery, Berlin, 2008); “The Russian Roulette” (Wissbaden, 2008); “Monsters — People, Murders, Power Machines” (CCA “Motorenhalle”, Dresden, 2008), “Russian utopias” (Moscow, 2010), “Life. Science version” (Moscow, 2011); contemporary art festivals “Artzavod” (Ekaterinburg, 2009), “Contemporary artist in a traditional museum” (Saint-Petersburg, 2009), “Western Russia. Contemporary Kaliningrad art” (Saint Petersburg, 2009); international art project “Telling the Baltic” (Kaliningrad, 2013); exhibition “Made in Kaliningrad” (Klaipeda, 2013).