Sound sculpture, installation, video art
Andrey works at the intersection of digital and analog media, combining sound art, technological sculpture, performance and readymade work in his practice. In his personal projects, he addresses the concepts of mortality, temporality, autonomy, and memory fading.
In 2018,Andrey won the 22nd Japan media arts festival in the New faces category in the art category. Nominee of the award. Sergey Kuryokhin for 2018 as part of the art group 4J in the category “Art in public space”. Winner of the Art of Neuroscience competition and nominee of the Niio x AI Art Prizes as part of the pt9 art group in 2019 and 2020, respectively.
Andrey considers interdisciplinary research as a part of the art groups pt9, 4J and the cooperative team of the international Vladivostok art residence “ZAHVAT”to be an important part of his artistic practice.
Received engineering education in the field of non-traditional and renewable energy sources in 2008-2013 at the Ural Federal University. Participant Of the young artist’s laboratory at the Ural branch of the State Center for contemporary art in 2018. Receives a master’s degree in Digital art from the far Eastern Federal University from 2018 to 2020.
Born in Sverdlovsk (now Yekaterinburg) in 1991. Currently lives and works in Vladivostok.