Host Daniel Durning discusses work, processes and artistry with Yuliya Lanina and discusses her 2011 exhibition Birds and Bees showing at NYSG (NY Studio Gallery) in New York City (7 April-7 May). The closing event of her solo exhibition of animations and their supporting sculptures and drawings, coincides with the Festival of Ideas for the New City and featured a performance of Gentleman from Cracow, a collaboration with husband-composer Yevgeniy Sharlat and choreographer Caron Eule.
Yuliya Lanina is a Russia- born American multimedia artist living and working with animatronic sculptures, animation and mechanized installations
Choreographer Caron Eule directs C. Eule Dance, a New York City-based modern dance company. Her work includes collaborations with local musicians, dancers, and artists of other disciplines.
Composer Yevgeniy Sharlat teaches at the University of Texas at Austin and has won prestigious composition awards including a Charles Ives Fellowship, a Fromm Foundation award, and residencies at Yaddo and MacDowell colonies.