Alexandra Frolova

frolova_aBorn in 1984, Moscow. Graduated an art-school by Stroganov’s Moscow Higher College of Art and Industry. Student of the National Design Institute by Union of Designers, the department of graphic design. Graduated the course “New art strategies”, speciality “contemporary art”, Institute of Contemporary Art Problems of Joseph Backstein, 2006. Provides artistic practice in the field of performance art and sculpture. Author of Aquaaerobika project. Represented her projects in London: 291 Gallery, Whitechapel Gallery, Riflemaker Gallery, Russian winter Festival Trafalgar square; in Hamburg: Kampnagel; in San Sebastian: MID_E Festival; in France: Program of Vitra Design Museum; in Kiev: Gogolfest, in Moscow: State Shusev’s Museum of Architecture, NCCA, Moscow Museum of Modern Art.

Futuristic latex sculpture LoveMeBlaster intended to accumulate positive impulses of the human being, and transform Love into the main energy supply that generates all other forms of energy: light, electromagnetic, gravitational. The principle of operation of Love energy in LoveMeBlaster is that: the energy has no beginning, nor end. It is endless. Mechanism of LoveMeBlaster changes one form of energy to another. If love is in your heart, you influence the molecules around you by the particles of your love. Your presence transforms everything around you. You are a chemical, electromagnetic creature, and your own loving electromagnetic field changes your future, before you enter it. And LoveMeBlaster allows to enhance these changes for your future and control them.

The photographic part, a set of the LoveMeBlaster-Princess’s portraits, – made in aesthetics of the out-of-focus shifted photographic layers – what turns the picture into a visual portal to the Future. This part of the exposition is a result of collaboration with the photographer Irina Voiteleva and the curator Natalia Taranukha.

Special thanks for support in the implementation of the project: to Moscow Museum of Modern Art and personally to Vasily Tsereteli, to Alexey Novoselov, to curator of the project Andrey Bartenev, to Irina Voiteleva and Natalia Taranukha, to Oleg Kaminsky and company Erolatex, to Anna Melikhova, to Anton Bedletsky, to Ekaterina Fedulova, Roman Ermakov, Alexander Khromov.
Alexandra Frolova