Danitta Push

Danitta Push

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Danitta Push is an artist and curator. She was born in 1975 in Krasnodar. She graduated from the Kuban State University (Fine art Faculty), and taught at the Kuban State University. Member of the Union of Artists. Participation in exhibitions, programs, festivals in Russia and abroad since 2009: Contemporary Istanbul, PhotoVisa festival, Manifesto 10, International Festival of Media Poetry, IV Yakutsk Biennial of Contemporary Art, V Baltic Biennial, «Waterfront», and other group exhibitions in St. Petersburg, Moscow, Sochi, Copenhagen, Istanbul, Madrid, China, Portugal. Since 2017, she is member of the art association «Parazit» (St. Petersburg).

2015-2019, she graduated from university with a master's degree of the master's program «Curatorial Studies» SPbU / BARD College. As a curator, she took part in projects: the International Festival of Media Poetry «Formatting Memory» and V Baltic Biennale (2016).

Danitta is writing her MA thesis on the subject «The Mediation of Meaning: Art on the Border of Visual and Textual». She is studying the history of interaction between Modern art and Contemporary art at the border of the text/image and drawing/writing. In 2018, as a part of her Graduate studies, she curated exhibition of Babi Badalov «Je suis Mazimir Kalevich» and also she was shown the media performance «NADJA Hybrid» by André Breton's text «NADIA» at the opening of the exhibition «Future Unhuman» (QuartaRiata, Peterhof, Russia).

At Cyfest13 in 2021, she presented research on futurism in the project "The End of Eternity", which touches on issues of contemporary anthropology and environmental conservation in the context of innovative ideas of futurism. She is now researching the interaction between contemporary art and NFT at the borders of conceptual art, the digital world and the post-future.

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