The Cyberflora Kinetic Art of Julia Nizamutdinova

Julia Nizamutdinova (Julia Cyberflora) — multidisciplinary artist, designer, inventor.

Her work is a continuous experiment with materials, technologies, and form. The study of the boundaries of art and design, real and virtual, living and nonliving, the structure of organisms and futuristic architectural objects. This process is like evolution. creatures and structures resulting from this evolution are called Cyberflora.

Synthesized using the latest technologies and capabilities available to the contemporary artist, meditative abstract art objects are both the final object and the process in which the Contemplator is involved. Cyber ​​flora is a mechanical organism that is an ideal futuristic inhabitant of modern space.

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