Natalia Fedorova

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Name (original language): 
Наталья Федорова
Residency: 
St-Petersburg
Russia
RU
Nationality: 
Russia
RU
Gender: 
Born: 
1981
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Natalia Fedorova is a new media artist, writer, literary scholar and translator. Natalia holds a PhD in literary theory from Herzen State University (St-Petersburg). She is an author of publications on avant-garde poetry, kinetic poetry, concrete poetry, hyperfiction, literary text generators and video poetry, as well as a curator and creator of VIDEO.txt, videopoetry festival in St- Petersburg. During 2011 – 2012 Natalia was a Fulbright guest researcher at the Trope Tank, MIT Natalia is an author of hyperfiction piece with multiple endings «7», and an interactive novel «Madame Ebaressa and a Butterfly», co-written with Sergeij Kitov, and a number of short prose fragments. In collaboration with Taras Mashtalir she founded Machine Libertine, a media poetry project («Snow Queen», «In Your Voice», «Machine Poetry Manifesto», «Whoever You Are», «Light Duty», «Memory»). Natalia has been a SPIRE guest researcher with the ELMCIP group at the University of Bergen (Norway) and an editor of e-lit and new media writing column in Rattapallax magazine (NY).

(Source: ELO 2012 Media Art Show)

Critical writing by this author:

Titlesort descending Publication Type Publisher Year
Carrying across Language and Code Conference paper or presentation, Report or White Paper Trope Tank 2012
Creative Material Computing in a Laboratory Context Report or White Paper Trope Tank 2012
Cybertext Yearbook 2012 Book (collection) University of Jyväskylä 2012
Daz Herz Der Machine, или машина из слов бесконечно транслирующая желание Article on the author's website 2012
Digital Letterisms Conference panel or roundtable 2015
Hypertextual Forms and Functioning of Their Units in Russian Literature of the 10s of XXth century – 10s of the XXIst century 2008
Interview to Natalia Fedorova on Radiowall Interview 2013
Interview with Nick Montfort Issue of a journal Chernovik 2011
Machine Libertine Conference paper or presentation 2012
Open Discussion Session on the Future of ELO Forum 2012
Postcommunist E-lit Conference paper or presentation 2014
Russian E-Lit 1.0 - 3.0 Other 2013
Russian E-poetry: Emerging Communities Conference paper or presentation 2013
Text Installations and Mechanisms Review New Literary Observer 2012
Tracing Russian E-Lit in Contemporary Art Scene. A Report on Russian Electronic Literature Collection at ELMCIP Knowledge Base. Conference paper or presentation 2013
What Comes After Electronic Literature? Conference panel or roundtable 2015
Where is E-Lit in Rulinet? Conference paper or presentation, Exhibition Catalog 2012
Подмостки цифрового повествования Review New Literary Observer 2013

Curator of:

Titlesort descending City Country Date
Decentering: Global Electronic Literature Bergen Norway August 6, 2015 to August 23, 2015
Vanessa Place and Ivan Khimin, Multi-Media Performance St-Petersburg Russia January 9, 2013
“This Is Not a Utopia”—Collection of Russian Electronic Literature Bergen Norway August 6, 2015 to August 26, 2015

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