Berlin-based artist Liudmila Siewerski works with video and new media technologies in theatre, contemporary art and music. The artist combines her interest in digital/generative graphics, video art, architecture and urbanism to create large-scale installations and site-specific projections that explore both the post-digital spatial possibilities of social relationships and personal space as a place for contemplation. One of Liudmila Siewerski activities is live video performances in which she works with generated graphics, combining minimalistic linear graphics and generative botanical elements to create unexpected pathways in a digital garden. She is on of the organisers and curators of VJ OPEN LAB BERLIN.
Liudmila Siewerski has studied directing and script writing of theatre performances in St.Petersburg State University of Culture and Art, audio-visual communications in Media School, Finland, received her MFA degree in the Helsinki Academy of Fine Arts in Finland and „Meisterschülerin“ degree at the University of Arts, Berlin. She participates in several workshops and residencies, including Dokumenta XIII in Kassel, Pori AIR (Aalto University, Finland), Summer Art School in Sremcki Karlovci (University of Arts in Berlgrad), Challenge my fantasy more (Parkaue Theatre, Berlin).
Her art works and performances have been presented in several solo and group exhibitions including II Moscow Young Bienalle of Contemporary art (Russia), Festival of Contemporary Art „CyberFest“ (St.Petersburg, New York), Transmediale Vorspiel Festival (Germany), 48 hours Neukölln Festival Berlin (Germany), Genius Loci Mapping Festival (Germany), Hong Kong Taikwun Performance Festival, “Worlds of networks” (Centre Pompidou, Paris) etc.