ABOUT
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Vlad Kononkov

- media-artist, based in Vladivostok, Russia.

In his artistic practice, he works on group and individual projects in the field of technological art, media art and sound art. 

Attention to environmental issues and exploration of life of marine mammals in captivity in his works are intertwining with generative graphics and sound experience.

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Vlad Kononkov

b. 1997, Blagoveshchensk, Russia
 

Education: 

- 2019-2021 — Far Eastern Federal University,

Master’s degree in Digital Art (–Da.)

- 2016-2019 — Far Eastern Federal University,

Bachelor’s degree in Public Administration

 

Languages: 

- RU — native speaker

- EN — С1, advanced

Exhibitions and festivals:

2021

- "RE.MISSION", Center for contemporary art MARS, Moscow, Russia

- “Tat Cult Fest”, Kazan Kremlin, Kazan, Russia

- "DOCA", IGUMO, Moscow, Russia

- “SEAL×2 Connecting Spaces”, Spatial ElectroAcoustics Laboratory SEAL

- “Cryptorave”, Saint-Petersburg, Russia

- “Wonderful World”, Artservatory, Khabarovsk, Russia

- “nekogda”, web-exhibition

2020

- “Wonderful World”, Artetazh, Vladivostok, Russia

- “Aesthetics of Biodiversity”, Global Youth Academy compilation

- “Waiting for the New Nature”, VR-exhibition

- “Collaboration technologies”, Ajax, Vladivostok, Russia

Lectures and artist-talks:

- “Aesthetics of marine mammals”, DOCA, Moscow, Russia, 2021.

- “Digitocene”, Cryptorave, Saint-Petersburg, Russia, 2021.

- “Technologies, science and art”, ITMO, Saint-Petersburg, Russia, 2021.

- “About Beluga Distancing”, nekogda, 2020.

- “Following beluga whales”, Artservatory, Khabarovsk, Russia, 2020.

- “Wonderful World”, FEFU.TV, Vladivostok, Russia, 2020.

- “Contemporary art”, Chekhov’s Library, Blagoveshchensk, Russia, 2020.

Educational programs:

- “Generative graphics”. Digital Art Master’s program in FEFU, Vladivostok, Russia. 2021.

Residencies:

- DOCA, Moscow, Russia, 2021.

Awards and nominations:

- Portfolio review of VII Moscow International Biennale for Young Art,

Moscow, Russia — Finalist in Media Art, 2021.