News

Fall News 2018

Premiere:
Never and Both at the Same Time, stop motion animation by Yuliya Lanina with music by Russell Pinkston will premiere in Light Year 43: "OTHER VOICES”, curated by Danielle Epstein, Marble House Project.
Video Exhibition on the Manhattan Bridge Anchorage, Anchorage Place & Pearl Street, Brooklyn, New York.
Thursday, November 1, 2018, Sundown – 10PM

Performance:
Yuliya Lanina is a featured artist at Luminaria, Contemporary Arts Festival, San Antonio, TX
Audio visual solo performance of Within, Above and Beyond will take place on November 10th, 8:15-8:35 pm
Mexican Cultural Institute, 600 Hemisfair Plaza, San Antonio, TX.

Group shows:
Rare birds, Figureworks Gallery
168 N. 6th St., Brooklyn, NY 11211
Opening reception January 11, 6-9pm
Exhibition dates: January 11th - March 3rd

I'll let you be in my dreams if I can be in yours, Sara Nightingale Gallery
26 Main Street, Sag Harbor, NY
Opening reception Friday, Nov 23. 5-7pm.

Recent Press:
The Journal of Design and Creative Technologies published an interview with Yuliya Lanina about Within, Above and Beyond.
Please read the full interview here

Kadenze Interview with Yuliya Lanina
https://blog.kadenze.com/interviews/dissonant-whimsy-an-interview-with-artist-yuliya-lanina/

SXSW Panel
My panel, Human Presence and Humor Makes Us Better Storytellers, has been selected for SXSW 2019!
https://schedule.sxsw.com/2019/events/PP85227


Grants:
I am thrilled to be a recipient of Core Cultural Funding Program Grant 2019!
More info about the upcoming project soon.

Summer News 2018

This is a Test of the Internal Emergency Broadcast System, Premiere
Yuliya Lanina's new one woman multimedia performance and art show featuring animatronic sculpture, projections, drawing, music, and movement.

Painting, interactive sculpture, animation, and performance: Yuliya Lanina
Original music: Vladimir Rannev
Technical development of mechanical sculptures: Theodore Johnson
Choreography consultation: Andrea Ariel
Poems: Lisa Olstein and Cecily Parks

In This is a Test of the Internal Emergency Broadcast System, an artist disguised in a bird-like costume guides viewers through an immersive installation consisting of video projection, diary sketches, and interactive mechanical dolls. The piece is meant to explore the mechanized nature of human life and a state of perpetual unrest, all the while poking fun at our fascination with the dark and animalistic parts of the human psyche. The show borrows its title from a poem by Lisa Olstein.

Opening Reception: June 21st, 6-8pm. Performance at 8:00 pm. FREE
Closing Reception: June 29th, 7-9 pm. Performance at 7:30 pm. FREE. Special guests: Anya and Katya
Location: Museum of Human Achievement (Behind Canopy Austin on Springdale Road)

Additional performances: June 22-23 at 8:00pm (doors open at 7:30 pm). June 24 at 5:00 pm (doors open at 4:30 pm).
On June 21-24 the performances will be followed by Andrea Ariel Dance Theatre performance Locked-in.
For more info about Locked-in, directions to MOHA and tickets visit https://aadt.brownpapertickets.com/

The exhibition runs June 21-July 2. To see the art show at other times please contact yuliyalanina@gmail.com

The project is supported in part by the Cultural Arts Division of the City of Austin Economic Development Department, Women and Their Works and Museum of Human Achievement.

OTHER NEWS:
RESIDENCY
I-Park Artist-In-Residence Program, East Haddam, CT
August 8-28
Open Studios August 26th at 2 pm

 

 

Spring 2018 news

PERFORMANCES:

Creative Tech Week
New York Premiere of Within, Above and Beyond
May 7th, 7 pm at FiveMyles Gallery, 558 Saint Johns Pl, Brooklyn, NY
The event is free. No reservations or tickets required. 

More info here.

Fusebox
Grackle Call, produced by Collide Arts
April 19, 20 and 21st at 7 pm.
Patterson Park, 1507 Wilshire Boulevard, Austin, TX
Grackle call is a collaboration with Vladimir Rannev (composer), Cecily Parks (poet), Theodore Johnson (engineer) and Andrea Ariel (choreographer).
More info here


PRESS:
Yuliya Lanina Turns Dreams into Reality, Interview with Yael Kanarek, Creative Tech Week, New York, NY

TALKS:
Within, Above and Beyond
Brooklyn Research, 630 Flushing Ave., Brooklyn, NY.
Entrance is from the Tompkins street through the parking lot.
May 5th. 6 pm. (Live streaming: https://youtu.be/IXumK-y79zM)

Visiting Artist, Brooklyn College, CUNY
2900 Bedford Ave, Brooklyn, NY
May 7th, 1:30 pm

FESTIVALS:
TurnUp

Multimedia Festival for Women Artists
April 14th, 7.30pm, Homer Rainey Hall (Jessen Auditorium)
200 W 21st St, Austin, TX 78712
The event is free and open to public
More info about the participating artists

RESIDENCY:
I-Park International Artist-in-Residence Program, August 8-28
428 Hopyard RoadEast, Haddam, CT
Open studios August 26, 2 pm

Current and Upcoming March/April

PERFORMANCES/FESTIVALS:
Drawing Now Art Fair
Media program curated by Brett Littman, Director of the Drawing Center of New York. Presented by Patrick Heide Contemporary Art.
Works on paper will be available at the gallery booth C15.
March 22-25, Le Carreau du Temple, Paris, France

FUSEBOX
Grackle Call, a 90 minute performative audiovisual tour that directs audiences to the roosting locations of the Great-tailed Grackle. Produced by Collide Arts
April 19, 20 and 21st, 7pm
More info here

SXSW Interactive
Yuliya Lanina's Herstory produced in part at UT Foundry will participate in SXSW Interactive/UNESCO Media Arts Exhibition.
Sponsored by SXSW and the city of Austin
March 12-13, 2018
The Four Seasons in Downtown Austin

SEAMUS
The Society for Electro-Acoustic Music in the United States 2018 National Conference
University of Oregon School of Music and Dance in Eugene, Oregon
March 30th, 2pm, 2018.

Women's Film Festival
Experimental Program
St. Francis College,  180 Remsen St, Brooklyn, NY 11201
March 22, 12:00 pm

TURN UP, Multimedia Festival for Women Artists
Saturday April 14th, 7:30
Jessen Auditorium at Homer Rainey Hall
Butler School of Music

Creative Tech Week
Within, Above and Beyond
New York premiere
Five Myles Gallery, 558 St Johns Pl, Brooklyn, NY
May 7th, 7pm


GROUP SHOW:
2017 Digital Art Biennial
Post Identity Pavilion, curated by Daniel Durning and Sophie Baron

PRESS:
Studio visit: Yuliya Lanina, Jeanne Claire van Ryzin. 
In-depth look at my work by SightLines, an independent non-profit online magazine of arts, culture, news and ideas.

Yuliya Lanina-The Nature of Being, Austin Art Talk Podcast, Scott David Gordon

GRANTS:
I am excited to once again be a recipient of Cultural Arts Division of the City of Austin Grant.
This time for my new multimedia interactive performance/installation piece with music by Russian avant-garde composer Vladimir Rannev. 
Dates and location TBA