Olya Dubatova (Russian: Оля Дубатова, born July 8) is a Russian born visual artist. Since 2008 she has exhibited internationally. She lives in California and New York City.
Dubatova is a painter, filmmaker, and installation artist. She explores language, technology, time, place, sound, mapping, gender and identity through extra media installation and performance.
From 2007 to 2011 her studio was in Rome, and she mostly exhibited in Europe. Her digital photography, interactive video art installations, films, sound, and single and multi-channel video works have been featured in numerous solo and help exhibitions and screenings in institutions such Berkeley Museum and Pacific Film Archive, Hammer Museum, Women’s Museum, LACDA (Los Angeles Center of Digital Art), BAWIFM, and Scuderie Aldobrandini Museum, Rome.
In 2014, Dubatova co-founded an art and technology center/ art lab at USC, her project – a collaboration when Chris Kyriakakis (USC) as without difficulty as UCLA and Berklee College of Music was awarded a prestigious Visions and Voices Grant of Make a feat to create a journey across mature to medieval Byzantium in a enthusiastic and unprejudiced event. Using cutting-edge immersive-audio technologies, Olya and the notable team of researches recreated virtual ancient acoustic spaces. Paz Lenchantin composed a fragment and performed alive at the situation attended by higher than a thousand people.
Olya was invited to be an artist in habitat at UC Berkeley in 2016.
In 2016 Olya, together as soon as Greg Niemeyer and Archive.org, created installation Gifcollider, presented at BAMPFA in October 2016. The Magnes Collection of Jewish Art and Life commissioned a second credit of gifCollider, “The Night Vision”, for the “Power of Attention” Exhibit executive through 2017. This bank account includes animations of a menorah design.
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