Installation – reconstruction.
By using archival photo material and video footage, a nostalgic walk through Moscow city centre is being reconstructed. These sites exist only in the memory as the city is being constantly altered and rebuilt. The “exposition” continues to grow as the memories of Moscow’s past keep on layering up the streets.
3D animations for Gerrit Rietveld Academie Fashion Show backstage film.(more…)
Digital Content for Mosmake(more…)
Lecture on the influence of digital culture in makeup trends today and a digital campaign for it.
Digital campaign and art direction for TRASH PROM x Club Odd event at Butcher’s Tears, Amsterdam.(more…)
“Still(live) is a visual essay rooting from a research into Facetime communication. Being fascinated by the question of how real is the person on the “other side” Elizaveta Federmesser explores the physicality of one’s presence under the smooth surface of a retina screen.”(more…)
E-Commerce campaign for Zalivako fashion brand.(more…)
360 fashion film explores the virtual intimacy of young couples in long distance relationships. When the realness of video calls is doubtful, one’s clothing may become a new point of reference.
This project premiered as a part of The One Minutes program “Witches” curated by Juliette Lizotte at Fabulous Futures, Amsterdam.
The film has an accompanying poem:
Short film PLAY#1 is an open letter about social awkwardness and mistranslation. This is a short film exploring weak points of human’s interactions and common difficulties of false expectations. It premiered at the EYE Film Museum, Amsterdam in February 2017.
This is Moral Retreat Centre Founded by Elizaveta FedermesserPosted by Moral Retreat Centre on Monday, 6 June 2016
A non-profit organization established in 2016 existing within a space of 360 video. An art project aiming to be a peaceful space for everyone to recharge and move on.
PROCRASTINATION aka Quality time-spending. Spam presentation.
Presented at “Procrastination” a group show, special project of the V Moscow International Biennale for Young Art “Deep inside”.