Kirill Savchenkov (b. 1987, Moscow, Russia) – artist, works in photography, video,
objects, texts, installation, and performance. He explores the notion of memory, how
environment influences experience and human psychology, the relationship between
social space and construction of identity and knowledge in marginal communities and
subcultures. In 2012 graduated from the Rodchenko Moscow School of Photography
and Multimedia. Lives and works in Moscow. Selected group exhibitions: Toward the
Source (Garage Museum of Contemporary Art, Moscow, 2017), Expanding Space.
Artistic Practices in the Urban Environment (V-A- C Foundation, GES-2, Moscow, 2015),
Metageography (State Tretyakov gallery, Moscow, 2015), Manifesta 10 parallel program
(Russia, 2014), Uninvented-Photo (Multimedia Art Museum, Moscow, 2011). Selected
solo exhibitions: Museum of Skateboarding (Calvert 22, London, UK, 2016), Avalanche
(FotoDepartamnet, St. Petersburg, Russia, 2014), The Frenzied Urge to Struggle (with
Sasha Kurmaz) (Paperworks gallery, Moscow, 2012). In 2011 was awarded the Silver
camera Grand Prize in the nomination Architecture (Moscow, Russia).