Space 10, Copenhagen 2019

 

 

Conferences, lectures & workshops:

   

2020 - Innovation Pitch, Futurebuild, ExCel 

2019 - EmTech Talk, Architecture Association 

2019 - Keynote "Robots, Mushrooms and Natural General Intelligence Systems in Architecture" Strelka Institute 

 

2019 - Speaker at the panel "What Kind of Future Architect Are You?" Future Architect Conference, organised by STRELKA Institute

2019 - Workshop "Robotic fabrication from Biocomposites", Future Architect Conference, organised by STRELKA Institute

2019 - Lecture "Natural General Intelligence" with Monogroup at Minsk Design Week 

 

2018 - Speaker&workshop "In the city", Strelka Institute & Gazprom. Workshop: "Parametric design and robotic fabrication"   

2018 - Lecture, House of Scientists


2018 - Lecture, Faculty of Economics, Moscow State University


2018 - Lecture,  Art Belarus Gallery

2018 - Speaker&workshop at the “Future in the city”, Moscow City. Workshop: " How new technologies can improve urban infrastructure?"

 

London, UK

London, UK

 

Voronezh, RU

Moscow, RU

 

 

 

Moscow, RU

 

 

 

Minsk, BE

 

St.Petersburg, RU

 

Troitsk, RU

 

Moscow, RU

 

Minsk, BE

Moscow, RU

 

INFO

Katya Bryskina is an architect, artist, and computational designer. She combines digital fabrication and inspirations from biology to bring ecosystemic thought and aesthetics to the built environment.

Katya co-founded Intelligent Morphology in Architecture (IM-A) Studio, an interdisciplinary design studio that focuses on the intersection between biology, digital fabrication, and computational design. 


She holds a Master in Emergent Technology and Design from the Architectural Association School of Architecture (London, UK). She was a researcher at “The New Normal” think-tank at Strelka Institute (Moscow, RU) and was a resident at SPACE10, The Research and Design Lab (Copenhagen, DE). Katya became a NOVA ART Contest finalist (St.Petersburg).

 

"People are always learning from nature and replicating different processes like growing food, cultivating pearls or creating nature-inspired designs. Our Anthropocentric presence is either altering or establishing all systems, and more than ever we are getting disconnected from our origins. The shift between the Anthropocene and Biocentrism, from hard to soft powers, requires introducing flexibility to improve the balance in our world by researching new possibilities for constructing better spaces. The goal is to form environments finding a balance between analogue and computation, natural and artificial leads to the creation of a balanced environment, where we can collaborate with nature and let its intelligence fully unfold." 

CV

Read Interview Art&Science at ARTY GENERATION

 

Read Interview about Bio-Fold at SPACE10 Journal

 

Selected exhibitions:   

2020 - Futurebuild, ExCel London

 

2020 - LFORM: Living Megastructure, solo exhibition

 

2019 - Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism and Architecture

2019 - Kombucha-Dostoevsky Residence Exhibition, Minsk, BE

2019 - NOVA ART Contest "This is the Beginning," or Virtual Genius at New Holland Island

2019 - Minsk Design Week

2018 - Showcase, Strelka Institute


2016 - Project Review Exhibition, Architectural Association


2015 - The 6th Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art, Moscow Museum of Modern Art

2014 - Hey Jude, MakerLabs

 

2013 – “Forma”, The Third Festival of Contemporary Art, Artplay

 

2013 – “Art Space Event”, Gogol-Center

 

2013 – The exhibition "Analysis of Research", Moscow Museum of Modern Art

 

2013 – “New Sankt Petersburg”, NIEUW DAKOTA

 

2013 - “Festival Forma”, Krasnay Presnya Park

 

2012 - “FORMS Lab.” Gallery ART re.Flex

 

2012 - “Rejected Reality”, Moscow museum of modern art in Artplay

 

2012 - “Elastic Arts,” The Museum and Galleries of Contemporary Art Erata” 

 

2012 - “Experience”, Nevskii 8

 

2010- "LAKE,  LAVA, DROPS", in association with creative studio Rare 3

 

2008 - "Art parade" festival, Loft Project "Etaji"

 

2008 - “Errorism vol.1”

 

London, U.K

Moscow, RU

Shenzhen, CH

 

Minsk, BE

St. Petersburg, RU

 

 

Minsk, BE

Moscow, RU

London, UK

 


Moscow, RU

 

Vancouver, CA

Moscow, RU

 

Moscow, RU

Moscow, RU

Amsterdam, HO

Moscow, RU

St. Petersburg, RU

Moscow, RU​

 

 

St. Petersburg, RU

 

 

St. Petersburg, RU

Antwerpen, BE

St. Petersburg, RU

 

St. Petersburg, RU

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