Katja Novitskova


Katja Novitskova (1984) deals in her work with the depiction of evolutional development, using internet as the source of visual data. In the early 2010s, she was among the first artists, who took post-internet for subject matter and designed its aesthetics. Novitskova’s ouvre situates in the crossing of visual culture and science fiction, inducing discomfort and enstrangement by blending futuristic fantasy with everyday reality. In general, Novitskova works in installative method, using photo-sculptures as her main medium.

Katja Novitskova studied semiotics in University of Tartu, new media in University of Lübeck and graphic design in Sandberg Institute in Amsterdam. During 2013—2015 she took part of a residency in Rijksakademie in Amsterdam. Novitskova has had personal exhibitions in several parts of the world – in Shangai Project(2017), New York City Hall Park (2017), Kunstverein Hamburg (2016), Kraupa-Tuskany Zeidler in Berlin (2014), Bard Center for Curatorial Studies in New York (with Timur Si-Qin) (2012) and Arcadia Missa Gallery in London (with Amalia Ulman) (2012). In addition she has participated in exhibitions in MoMA (2015), but also Lyon (2015) and Berlin biennials (2016). Novitskova was awarded with

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