Olga Guse

Olga Guse

Olga Guse
Born 1981 in the city of Saratov, Russia

1996 – 2000 State Regional Art School in Saratov, Russia
2001 – 2003 studies at the University of Saratov, Russia
Field of study: Art History

Since 2003 lives and works in Germany, Dresden

Since 2017 at IAA International Association of Art as a holder of IAA international Identity Card for professional artists.

Creator of many animated films participated in different
international art and film-festivals. In two years, the films have been shown at more than 150 festivals and exhibitions worldwide.

The largest of them:
XXVII Festival Les Instants Vidéo (Frankreich); 17th International Art Exhibition NordArt (D); 8th The Digital Graffiti at Alys Beach Festival (USA); 8,9th OSTRALE international panorama exhibitions of contemporary arts in Europe (D); 7th INCUBARTE International Art Festival (Spanien), Aurora Arts Festival in Dallas (USA); 7th FILE – Electronic Language International Festival (Brazil); 12th Athens Digital Arts Festival | Digital Pop (2016; Athen, Greece)

8th The Digital Graffiti at Alys Beach Festival (2015; Panama City Beach, USA) Honorable mentions Award
the INCUBARTE International Art Festival (2015; Valencia, Spain): awarded from Centre d’ Art Contemporani Addaya
“NUIT ROSE” festival of queer-focused art and performance (2016; Toronto, Canada) Best Feature Art Project

more info: http://www.olga-guse.wix.com/guse

Work/ video

“Babylon what then?”, 2016, 4:00
From the beginning of civilization, Babylon – symbol of humanity’s ability and symbol for human pride at the same time – the conflict with God. Millennia have passed, and Babylon spread influence throughout the Earth – great cities, globalization, consumerism and environmental degradation, wars … What awaits the Earth’s next? Will Babylon last?


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