Nata Vikulina

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

Education

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

2017

RCA Show.
Royal College of Art, London, collective

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

2016

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

2015

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.

2014
Poetry Map,
Riga, Nice Place Mansards, collective

2012
New Blood
London, collective

2009
Gallery “Bilingva”,
Moscow, collective

 

Publications

2015

Landscapes of Nizhniy Novgorod

Review

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