Olga Kisseleva

Olga Kisseleva

Olga Kisseleva (b. 1965 in Saint-Petersburg, Russia).
Kisseleva studied at the University of California and Columbia University in New York, focusing on video art and multi-media, defending her Ph.D. dissertation on the topic of art&science. After receiving a Fulbright grant in 2000, she became a part of a team of creators working on the development of numerical technologies in the United States. In 1998, Kisseleva’s book on art&science was published in France and other countries and she was invited to teach at Sorbonne. Professor Kisseleva is Director of Art&Science International Institute, Head of Art and Medium program and a member of the High Scientific Committee of Sorbonne.  Olga Kisseleva works mainly in installation, science art and media art. Her work employs various media, including video, immersive virtual reality, the Web, wireless technology, performance, large-scale art installations and interactive exhibitions.  Olga Kisseleva in an internationally renowned artist. Her main exhibitions include: Modern Art Museum (Paris, France), KIASMA (Helsinki, Finland), Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia (Madrid, Spain) La Fondation Cartier for contemporary art (Paris, France), Centre Georges Pompidou (Paris, France), Guggenheim Museum (Bilbao, Spain), Art Institute (Chicago, USA), National Centre for Contemporary Art (Moscow), Louvre Museum (Paris), as well as Dakar Biennale (2002), Tirana Biennale (2003), Moscow Biennale (2011), Istanbul Biennial (2013), Berlin Biennale (2014), Venice Biennale (2015), Echigo Tsumari Triennale (2018). Olga Kisseleva works are a part of 25 most important museum’s collections, such as Centre Pompidou (Paris, France), Louis Vuitton Foundation (Paris, France), ZKM (Karlsruhe, Germany) Moscow museum of modern art (Moscow, Russia), National Center For Contemporary Art (Moscow, Russia), Getty Centre (Los Angeles, CA), MOMA (New York, USA), among many others.