Natalia Fuchs is independent expert in art&culture management and international public relations. The graduate of the University of Manchester, UK (Cultural Management, 2008) and Leonardo scholarship winner at the History of Media Arts program of Donau-Universität (low-residence, Austria). Recently she has joined Polytechnic Museum team in Moscow, Russia, in a role of Interdisciplinary Projects Curator.

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Wed Mar 19, 2014 00:00 - Wed Dec 31, 2014

Moscow, Russian Federation

Polytechnic Museum in Moscow, Russia, announces the launch of the 'Polytech.Science.Art' program dedicated to one of the most significant phenomenon of contemporary culture – interdisciplinary collaboration between artists, scientists and technology specialists.

The program starts in 2014 with a series of workshops and lectures of international and Russian experts, artists, researchers, including influential representatives of science art, the experts acknowledged by international scientific community and granted with numerous awards and prizes, as well as young professionals. Many of them will present their projects in Russia for the first time.

'Polytech.Science.Art' program experts will help to formulate a comprehensive idea on the synthesis of science, art and technology as an artistic method, a space for innovation, will present art projects showing scientific and technological approaches, innovative methods. The experts and Russian participants' collaboration results will be not only of artistic, but also theoretical significance as every project of the program is a research of interaction between science, art and technology.

'Polytech.Science.Art' in 2014 is a unique series of workshops embracing such scientific disciplines as information technology, neurobiology, physics, psychoacoustics, fibertronics and others. Each workshop lasts from 3 to 5 days and consists of lecture and practical sessions. There will be open call before every workshop to select from 8 to 15 participants. For those who is selected by the experts, participation is free of charge. In the end of each event an open-attendance presentation (exhibition, performance) will be held. Open access will be provided for a number of lectures within the framework of the program.

'Polytech.Science.Art' program curator - Natalia Fuchs.

The first workshop opening the program is OTHERNET by Danja Vasiliev. Danja Vasiliev is a Russian media artist based in Berlin. Danja has been awarded by the Europe’s most representative new technologies art award Prix Ars Electronica in the nomination Cyberart (Newstweek project). Danja Vasiliev’s OTHERNET workshop debuted in January, 2014 in Berlin during Transmediale, one of the largest festivals of digital art and technology advancements. OTHERNET is dedicated to information technology in arts, tactics and technical realization of independent, hidden networks, avant-garde media and hacktivism within the framework of “Post- Internet now” concept.


sound:frame 2012

Thu Apr 12, 2012 18:00 - Sun Apr 22, 2012

Vienna, Austria

Entitled «substructions», sound:frame 2012 in Vienna, Austria, sees the sixth edition of festival for audiovisual expressions for the first time putting forward for discussion a general framework of audiovisual tendencies and works.

Themes like cultural economy, positioning in the context of art and sustainability will be examined with regard to the system “festival” and will then be put up for discussion in the settings of exhibition, conference and supporting programme.

Economic, artistic, as well as social and ecologic parameters will be demonstrated. An internal glimpse on the sound:frame festival and its community will be sharpened by presenting different perspectives and overarching expertise of related and seemingly distant disciplines. A technical basis will be fixed in place for the creative work, whereas as to content the artistic positions will get absolute freedom. Due to this it will become apparent which consequences a substruction of audiovisual tendencies has and can have on creative realisation. As basis for further development the concepts and insights of both the exhibition and discourse programme «substructions» should be analysed and discussed.

2012 program consists of :

- Exhibition «substructions» (12.04.2012 - 29.04.2012) at MAK-Ausstellungshalle (a cooperation between sound:frame and MAK Austrian Museum of Applied Arts)

- 2 days conference

and many parties at different locations..

More information: or (contact Natascha Fuchs).