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Zero Gravity - Nostalgia for Earth
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Zero Gravity — Nostalgia for Earth, is Andréa Stanislav's (USA) new body of video work with accompanying series of digital photo and refractive film collages. This work is informed by research the artist undertook on space exploration at the Museum of Cosmonautics, Moscow, including the zero gravity designs of the Soyuz, MIR spacecraft and International Space Station by the Soviet Space Program architect Galina Balashova, while mining the controversial history of female contributions throughout space exploration in the 20th century. These informants are also reflected through Russian Cosmism. Cosmist ideas of technologically enabled the advancement of humankind towards natural space colonization —  these ideas take shape as they are woven through Stanislav's collaged images and actions, serving as a mystic and utopic binder. 

Andréa Stanislav  (b. 1968, Chicago) is based in New York City, USA, and works in St. Petersburg RU and Bloomington, IN. Her hybrid practice spans sculpture, video, multimedia installation, and public art. Her work has been exhibited internationally at museums, contemporary art centers, galleries, biennials, site-specific public locations and art fairs.

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 The CDA's archives are operating with the support of the Ostrovsky Family Fund and Artis
 

Zero Gravity - Nostalgia for Earth

Zero Gravity — Nostalgia for Earth, is Andréa Stanislav's (USA) new body of video work with accompanying series of digital photo and refractive film collages. This work is informed by research the artist undertook on space exploration at the Museum of Cosmonautics, Moscow, including the zero gravity designs of the Soyuz, MIR spacecraft and International Space Station by the Soviet Space Program architect Galina Balashova, while mining the controversial history of female contributions throughout space exploration in the 20th century. These informants are also reflected through Russian Cosmism. Cosmist ideas of technologically enabled the advancement of humankind towards natural space colonization —  these ideas take shape as they are woven through Stanislav's collaged images and actions, serving as a mystic and utopic binder. 

Andréa Stanislav  (b. 1968, Chicago) is based in New York City, USA, and works in St. Petersburg RU and Bloomington, IN. Her hybrid practice spans sculpture, video, multimedia installation, and public art. Her work has been exhibited internationally at museums, contemporary art centers, galleries, biennials, site-specific public locations and art fairs.

 The CDA's archives are operating with the support of the Ostrovsky Family Fund and Artis
 

 The CDA's archives are operating with the support of the Ostrovsky Family Fund and Artis
 

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