Alisa Smorodina (b. Frunze, Kirghiz SSR) is a computational systems engineer, artist, creator of performances and participatory projects, and teacher. She studied at the British Higher School of Art and Design (Moscow), Rodchenko Art School (Moscow), and Central Saint Martins College of Art And Design (London). She lives and works in Moscow.
Selected works and exibitions:

2021
UDAR, Prison Castle, Borovsk
White forest on the right, Peredelkino
Assuming Distance: Speculations, Fakes, and Predictions in the Age of the Coronacene, Garage Museum of Contemporary Art, Moscow
Post-Speculative Design: Decolonising the Future, Electromuseum, Moscow

2020
Time Capsule as a Therapy and a Form of Comemmoration, Blizhe Educational Platform
Blazar Young Art Fair, Museum of Moscow, Moscow

2019
Animal Internet, Khodynka Gallery, Moscow
Body: Digital Boundaries, Electromuseum, Moscow
Dysmorphophobia, Moscow Museum of Modern Art, Moscow

2018
Going Unconscious / Trembling / With Eyes Open / I See You / Surrender, HSE Gallery, Moscow
Matter of Horror, Solyanka VPA, Moscow
Test Group, Ekaterina Cultural Foundation, Moscow

2017
A-B-C Survival, Rodchenko Art School, Moscow
Post-Reality Show, SCI Fabrica, Moscow

2016
Technoart. Open Source Art, Electromuseum, Moscow
Pro SHR:The 10th Anniversary of Rodchenko Art School, Multimedia Art Museum, Moscow
Yami-Ichi Black Market, The Polytechnic Museum, Moscow

2015
What Grows from Below, Electrozavod Gallery, Moscow
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