Gray Cake

Sasha graduated from the Moscow Engineering Physics Institute. Talented programmer, musician. Focuses on working with an interactive environment and generative practices. Combines programming, web development and data analysis skills in multidisciplinary work, which covers installation, sound, net-art, web-art. Participant in many group exhibitions since 2006. The works were exhibited in the museums Garage, Electromuseum, New Tretyakov Gallery, CyberFest and others. A member of the Moscow free-jazz improvisation scene, albums were released by the labels Kotä Records, TOPOT, Noisy Forecast. A resident of OneBeat Russia, Pro Helvetia, participated in the projects of the Boiler Room, Red Bull Music. His personal projects and CV can be found on soloop.me.

Katya graduated from The Rodchenko Art School, workshop of Igor Mukhin. She successfully defended her diploma under the leadership of Lyudmila Zinchenko. She focuses on experimental methods of manual printing, also works with video, photography, installation. Participated in multiple group exhibitions since 2009. The works are in the collection of MAMM, Mytishchi art gallery and in private collections. Also participated in the Bursa International Photography Festival and the international exhibition "Trained Machines" at the Electromuseum in 2019. In 2018 and 2019 she had curatorial experience in Moscow and Belgrade. Winner of the competition "TAKEOFF" in the direction of "Contemporary Art". Member of the Union of Artists in the direction of "Contemporary Art". Her personal projects and CV can be found on pryanikate.com.

«Having united in one, we realized that the “old” mediums do not have artistic expressiveness, but have a powerful historical code that has already become part of the culture of perception, and the “new” ones, in turn, require a deep rethinking in order to become a modern tool and assistant in artistic work, and not just presenting oneself as pure technology.
We explore the paradigm of new media, combining traditional artistic techniques and new technologies. At the place of their intersection, new meanings are formed that cannot exist without this intersection. We call this phenomenon “cross-media” and use it in our work as the main device. When working, we use the strategy of natural scientists, which often gives strange results and allows you to look at the object of study from an unexpected angle.»