Moon Gallery managers Anna Sitnikova as well as Elizaveta Glukhova share their tale of gathering artefacts worth sending to the Moon. What art on the Moon will be like? Why is it vital to place art on the Moon and also how one can accomplish an aspiration like that? Anna Sitnikova is an artist, curator, audio speaker and also developer based in Amsterdam. Room influences her designs as the ultimate architectural room, where gravity does not restrict structural opportunities and axes infinitely broaden. She is been experts in tech fabrics, clever products, three-dimensional, interactive and expandable structures. In collaboration with the International Lunar Exploration Working Group at the European Space Agency, she is creating principles for the future MoonMars habitats. Anna is additionally the manager, manager and a replacement chair of the Moon Gallery Foundation, an audio speaker, artist as well as scientist at the ArtMoonMars cumulative, a chosen expert at Technical Committee on Cultural Utilisation of Space of the International Astronautical Federation, a tutor at the Interior Architecture & Furniture Design Department at the Royal Academy of Art The Hague, a designer & scientist at Studio Anna Sitnikova, Amsterdam as well as a job leader at Studio Samira Boon, Amsterdam.
Elizaveta Glukhova is a graphic designer, scientist and media artist. After her graduation from the Royal Academy of Art in The Hague in 2018, she began her very own independent graphic design practice as well as later that year ended up being a curator at the Moon Gallery Foundation. Elizaveta is likewise a speaker, artist and also scientist at the ArtMoonMars collective, a chosen professional at Technical Committee on Cultural Utilisation of Space of the International Astronautical Federation, a tutor at the Interior Architecture & Furniture Design Department at the Royal Academy of Art, The Hague, the founder of the independent creative method LizaLand and the co-founder of the Brand Identity & Design Studio SEED Team.