Boryana Rossa, assistant professor in the College of Visual and Performing Arts’ Department of Transmedia, presented her collaborative bio-art project “Snowflake" 2006-2015 (together with Guy Ben-Ary and Oleg Mavromatti) at the 2018 Beijing Media Art Biennale (BMAB) at the Central Academy of Fine Arts (CAFA) Beijing, which is the most prestigious art university in China.
Funded by China National Art Fund; organized by China Academy of Fine Arts; and co-sponsored by the CAFA School of Design, the CAFA School of Experimental Art and CAFA Art Museum, BMAB aimed at promoting the intersection of art and technology. BMAB was centered on the theme of “Post Life” and comprised six parts: the main exhibition, Lab Space, Hyperlinks Exhibition, live performances, thematic forums, and workshops. The event also included interdisciplinary experiments in the art and technology fields, with an aim to facilitate in-depth discussions between artists, designers, scientists and theorists.
Rossa is an interdisciplinary artist and curator who works in the fields of electronic arts, film, video, performance and photography. Learn more about her work at boryanarossa.com.