Works in the field of tension between visual arts and contemporary dance
Nina Vitanova Wlachowa
visual art / dance-performance / curator

Started dancing with 6 years ( classical) and continued a dance education in the school of Peter Goss (contemporary dance, Paris) studied Visual Art in the visual art branch of the school Jaques Lecoq( Paris) formation as an actress in the schools:
Jaques Lecoq and Philipp Gaullier ( Paris)
Awarded the Stipendia of Fine Art of the Canton of Zurich awarded the Stipendia of Fine Art of the City of Zurich
main exhibitions, video works and performances, curated works: -collective exhibition in the Helmhaus Zürich (the main contemporary art -museum of Zurich)
- personal exhibition and dance-performance in the Steglitzer Bahnhof gallery, Berlin
- personal exhibition in the Thea Fischer Rheinhard gallery, Berlin
- personal exhibition and dance-performance in the exhibition hall, ’Optika’ of the ’VDNH ’, Moscow
- joint creation with the director Konstantin Mitniev (parrallel kino) of the video-art film screendream (on betacam) combining acting, dancing and video-effects
- multiple video-installations and multimedia-performances in collaboration with Kirill Preobrazenskji (concept-artist + video-artist) and Lev Rubinstein
(conceptual poet), shown in the Center of Contemporary Art , Moscow
- curator (+ danceperformer) of the Multimedia- danceperformance project Mental Landscapes, shown in :
Helmhaus, Zurich (contemporary-art museum)
Can (centre d' art contemporain), Neuchâtel (contemporary-art museum) Shed im Eisenwerk, Frauenfeld (contemporary-art museum)
- dance-performance in the framework of the exhibition Nouveau Novosibirsk by Andrei Molodkin and Alexei Beliayev Guintovt in the
Chapelle St. Louis de la Pitié Salpétrière, Paris
- personal exhibitions/performance with the project brain extension (multimedial immages) :
in the gallery D137 and in the Freuds Dream Museum, S

-personal exhibition in the gallery Fotonauta , Barcelona
- dance-video aliens elaborated in St. Petersbourg with the dancer Artiom Ignatiev and Mikel Tumbler + video artist Masha Shaa
- personal exhibitions/performance to the theme aliens in the gallery D137 , St. Petersbourg
- dance and action painting in the dance-visual art-performance (Phases of the Moon) with choreographer and dancer Konstantin Grouss in the dance -theatre Tsech, Moscow
- exhibition and performance to the theme spaced out in the Gallerie Ephémère, Paris

-dance and action painting in the dance-performance Phases of the Moon ( choreography Konstantin Grouss) in the dance-theater Tsech, Moscow.
- 3 exhibitions with the russian visual-art group AES+F
showing the photo-images spaced out ,
AES+F showing images and their video-work of the series:
le Roi des Aulnes,
- multiple dance-performances where also part of the exhibition/performance project spaced out. Nina Vitanova danced with Konstantin Grouss, Denis Boroditsky, Natalja Palshina and others.
life-music by : Fiodor Amirov in Moscow), Anna Michailova (in Zurich), Domenico Ferrari( in Basel). This exhibition/performance project was shown in:
Open Stage Theatre , Moscow,
gallery Rhuethmüller, Halle 33,

Basel gallery COR, Zürich

This exhibition/dance project took place in the context of the organisation Art-Residence, Moscow.
- elaborated and created during several years, with the choreographer, dancer and curator Konstantin Grouss ( director of Art Residence) the philosophical multimedia dance performance project Zeitgeist.
Took also part in the project as an artist.
The project Zeitgeist was shown with exhibition, philosophical discussions and performances the All-Russian Museum of Applied and Folk Art , Moscow.
-exhibition and 3 solo dance performances to the theme sternwärts ( starward) in the gallery BOX , Zurich.
- continuation of the project Zeitgeist with Konstantin Grouss
in the framework of the cultural organisation Art Residence, Moscow

Nina Vitanova works in the field of tension between visual arts and contemporary dance. She began dancing at the age of 6 (ballet) and continued her training in Paris (contemporary dance : Peter Goss, Visual Arts within the framework of the Jaques Lecoq School, theatre schools: Jaques Lecoq and Philipp Gaullier). She received the visual arts scholarships of the city of Zurich and the canton of Zurich.
abstract idea that one day we would join again into some sort of couple we actually always where just a sort of couple spacing out in a pas de deux more or less elegant more or less violent but definitly detached from earthdefinitly planed as an escape
E-MAIL: internina13@hotmail.com
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