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New York City, April 2011
Artist and Exhibit/ Campaign Coordinator
Campaign during Occupy Wall Street where stickers were distributed urging voters to “drunkdial your senator, not your ex.”
Associated multi-month gallery show at KGB Bar in New York City’s East Village featured paintings promoting “glasnost” (transparency in Russian) in America.
Collaborates on teams to innovate social and service systems.
Also conducts ethnographic research, facilitates and mines insights from shared community vision workshops and prototypes solutions.
Translates data into artful visualizations and other assets for art directors.
Also maps, concepts, storyboards, animates, edits video, produces public art installations.
Engages stakeholders in terms of their “why” in order to mine shared insights.
Also writes copy, edits, transcribes, codes, manages printing processes, and speaks English, Russian, French and Spanish.
Coordinates logistics to design and innovate impactful social service systems.
Also supportively manages relations with staff and third party partners, designs curriculum, creates business models, organizes events and curates exhibitions.