Nata Vikulina

Nata Vikulina is an artist, designer and researcher, working across a variety of disciplines including photography, installation,  illustration and visual communication.


Royal College of Art, Visual Communication, MPhil/PhD Course (2013 — 2017)
  • taught by the leading designers in UK and worldwide (such as Neville Brody, Jeff Willis, Andrian Schaugnessy, Teal Triggs)
  • as a designer was involved in the conceptualisation and development of an identity for the Why Would I Lie bienalle
  • designed and managed the website for Why Would I Lie bienniale
MA Design for Communication, University of Westminster, London (2011 — 2012)
  • fulfilled with distinction
  • work featured in the New Blood Exhibition (D&AD)

Exhibitions & Residencies


RCA Show.
Royal College of Art, London, collective

Stadtrandsichten. Nizhnij Novgorod.
Philisophicum centre, Basel, Switzerland, collective.


Communicating the Intangible.
Royal College of Art, (as a part of the London Design Biennial), collective


Interactions with the real.
Practice-based PhD Annual Conference 2015.  Royal Holloway University,

Artist in residence,  National Center for Contemporary Art, Nizhniy Novgorod

Why Would I Lie” Research biennial, 

London, collective

5 o’clock.  Fashion and Contemporary art.
The State Museum of Urban Sculpture (New Exhibition Hall), St -Petersburg.

Poetry Map,
Riga, Nice Place Mansards, collective

New Blood
London, collective

Gallery “Bilingva”,
Moscow, collective




Landscapes of Nizhniy Novgorod


Read Kirill Kobrin’s review on the “Out of Place” project.