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Where the Dogs Run art group was founded in 2000 in Yekaterinburg, Russia. Participants: Natalia Grekhova, Alexey Korzukhin, Olga Inozemtseva and Vladislav Bulatov. The group's artistic practice is concentrated in the field of technological art and uses a wide range of multimedia: video, robotics, hybrid installations, performance and DIY.
The group combines innovative visual techniques with scientific research tools and low-tech aesthetics. Artists explore the interweaving of the mythological and the everyday, looking for possible mechanisms and new forms of human interaction with various aspects of reality.
Where the Dogs Run’s art projects deal with scientific issues: the problem of the three-body system, the Mandelbrot set, machine learning, natural language processing, virtual modeling. Project production is carried out in cooperation with scientists at the institutes, such as the Sternberg State Astronomical Institute and the Sobolev Astronomical Institute at the St Petersburg State University, or with the support of organizations contributing to the development of science, such as the Dynasty Foundation, the Ivan Pavlov Museum at the Institute of Physiology of the Russian Academy of Sciences, etc.
The group's projects were exhibited in Russia, Italy, Belgium, Germany, Poland, Lithuania, Slovenia and Japan.
Image: Where the Dogs Run. Faces of Smell. 2012. Photo: Where the Dogs Run.