Producer, Curator, Urban culture projects driver.

Developing art in the public space, my personal and professional interest as well to transform the boring everyday circulation space  into a special experience through art.

Depending on the customer’s design scale, acting both independently (as curator, producer, consultant) and as a team of associates with the project. Having a wide network, in  touch with the leading experts of different fields: cultural studies, art critics, artists, urbanists, architects, designers, educators, psychologists from all around the world.

Albina Motor is a founder of Institute for Street Art Exploration and Development (in partnership with Polina Ej and Mikhail Astakhov).

CURRICULUM VITAE

A globally minded person, originally from the countryside of the city of Naberezhnye Chelny (Tatarstan), nowadays live in Moscow and St. Petersburg, working in Russia and abroad.

Philologist for basic higher education, the professional career began in news media (TV and newspapers), had participated in the project of socio-political research in Siberia and the Urals, and then turned to develop as a producer of cultural and educational projects (festivals, exhibitions, creative workshops).

At 2014m graduated from the Institute for Media, Architecture and Design “Strelka” (according to the magazine Domus included in the list of the 100 best architectural schools of the world).

From 2013th to 2016 worked at the Street Art Museum, St. Petersburg, located on the territory of functioning factory, has produced the external curatorial projects, created an art residence, and participated in the organization of the educational and exhibition programs.

I read lectures on street art, organize workshops, participate in international seminars and conferences.

A BIT MORE

My personal interests coincide with the professional. The extraordinary drive and energy gives the process of co-creation with the like-minded people, a circle that is constantly expanding thanks to friends, colleagues, partners and clients. An inspiration is drawing out from family, music, reading, spontaneous meetings with friends, outdoor activities, yoga, dance and travel by bicycle.