Tanya is a Russian-born London-based artist, researcher, curator and cultural/digital producer aiming to demystify complex technological processes through playful, collaborative and participative formats.
She has been working with museums, galleries, independent art institutions and diverse artists (emerging and established, local and international) for almost a decade, curating and producing online and real-life events which connect audiences of all ages and abilities with evolving digital cultures. Tanya’s current Critical Digital Learning research explores relationships between people, spaces, technical objects, digital logics and their cultural implications. Realising potentials for activism, decolonial practice, environmental debates and promoting inclusivity.
Tanya is a co-founder of Compiler, a platform for conceptual digital art, curation and critical practice addressing contemporary socio-political challenges.
MA Digital Culture, Goldsmiths, University of London, 2016 – 2017
BA Sound Arts and Design, London College of Communication, University of the Arts London, 2011 – 2014