Olga Kisseleva


  • Paul Valéry University

Job Title:

  • Associate Professor



  • ISEA2009

    Director, Art and Science Program, CERAP, Faculty of Arts, University of Paris, France. Olga Kisseleva, born in St.Petersburg, Russia, 1965, graduated from St. Petersburg University. Olga Kisseleva belongs to the first generation of Russian intelligentsia after Perestroika, which helped to bring down the Berlin Wall and cast aside the iron curtain. From the middle of the 90s, on the invitation of the Fulbright Foundation she found a roof for her work in the research group which dealt with the development of digital technologies. In 1996 she received her PhD. Her exhibitions include: Centre Pompidou (Paris), KIASMA (Helsinki), Guggenheim Museum (Bilbao), National Centre for Contemporary Art (Moscow), ARC (Paris), Reina Sofia (Madrid), Art Institute (Chicago), Venice, Istanbul, Dakar, Tirana and Moscow Biennials.


    Born in 1965, in 5t Petersburg (Russia), Kisseleva received her Ph.D. in Art. Associated Professor at University Paul Valery, Montpellier, France. Education includes, 1996: Ph.D. in Art at University of St Petersburg; 1994: Master of Art and Communication at Sorbonne, Paris. Awards: 1996: Grant “Apex exchanges”, Netherlands; 1995: Grant of European Community, Media program; Scholarship Dobry-Barratz; 1994: Grant from French governement “Bourse de recherche”; 1991: Scholarship of Russian Minister for Research. Conferences: 1996: Electronic page of the IVrd St Petersburg’s Biennale of Contemporary Art (Russia); 1994: Impakt festival, Utrecht (Netherlands); 1993: Bandit-Mages, Bourges (France); El Pais de Los Tuertos, Musee National Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, Madrid, Spain; 1989. Personal Exhibitions include: 1997: Georges Alyskevitch gallery, Paris, France; 1996: 4th Contemporary Art Biennale of 5t Petersburg, Russia; 1995: Institut des Hautes Etudes en Arts Plastiques, Paris, France; 1993: du Barry Castle, Louveciennes, France; 1992: Jose Claeys Galery, Maastricht, Netherlands. Recent group exhibitions and festivals: 1997: Inter-net, inter-do, Roger Paihlas Gallery, Marseille, France; 1995: Vitrines, Natkin-Berta Galery, Paris, France; E-mail art, Prague, Czechoslovakia; MIA, Cannes, France; Tokyo Videofestiva I, Tokyo, Japan; 1994: Image & Son de Gentilly, Gentilly, France; Arts Electronica, Linz, Austria; El Pais de Los Tuertos, Musee Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, Madrid, Spain; Imagina, Monaco, Monte-Carlo; lmpakt festival, Utrecht, Netherlands; Bandit-Mages, Bourges, France; Monitor 94, Goteborg, Sweden.

Current Location:

  • Montpellier, FR

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