Marina Fomenko (Russia)

Marina Fomenko
director of Now & After International Videoart Festival Moscow/RussiaInternational Video Art Festival Now&After is annually held in Moscow, Russia since 2011. It is organized by independent nonprofit organization Media Art Centre Now&After. The festival is traditionally being held within a museum space, where during few weeks its program films are being demonstrated as a multi-channel video installation.
But she is als media artist withe focus on videoart.

She is curator @ The W:OW Project – We Are One World –

Her selection of videoart (2017)

The future of the human species and environmental conditions are inseparable. For our survival, we need to maintain the ecological balance and diversity of living creatures and vegetable life. In spite of environment control, we intervene into a life of nature and bring into it artificial alien elements. They intrude into nature sometimes replacing wild-life.

1. Marina Fomenko, Whence Winter Came to Us, Russia, 2012-2015, 4:30
2. Lyuba Sautina, Plastic Flowers, Russia, 2016, 2:30
3. Alexandra Mitlyanskaya, A Bus, Russia, 2014, 5:49
4. Anastasia Levina, Universal Memory Cells, Russia, 2014, 7:19
5. Dmitry Bulnygin, Neither Fish, nor Slaves, Russia, 2015, 5:00
6. Konstantin Krylovsky, A Letter to Lucy, Russia, 2016, 2:35

2015 for artvideoKOELN – audiovisual experiences
Aliented ecologies — IMPLICATION
curated by Marina Fomenko

1. Brit Bunkley, Up River Blues, New Zealand, 4:39
2. Eren Newell, Letters from Frank, UK, 3:13
3. Youki Hirakawa, Floating into the Night, Japan, 3:14
4. Karimah Ashsdu, Lagos Island, Nigeria/UK, 4:45
5. Marina Fomenko, Modus Operandi/Sea&Waltz, Russia, 6:02
6. Gianluca Abbate, Virginia Eleuteri Serpieri, Italy, Microbioma, 5:00

for 2014 Global Art / Moving Images Awards
Urban Processes 2
curated by Marina Fomenko (Now & After Videoart Festival Moscow)

Roman Mokrov, Never Ending Story, 2011, 6:50
Marina Fomenko, The Depot, 2012, 5:10
Haim Sokol, Witness, 2011, 3:50
Marina Chernikova, Info Surfing/Moscow 2, 2012, 1:30
Alexandra Mitlyanskaya, Babylon 2010, 2010, 5:00
Dmitry Bulnygin, Bad Carma, 2010, 6:27