The group EEEFFF was founded in 2013 by Nicolay Spesivtsev and Dzina Zhuk, independent artists, artistic researchers and facilitators. Based in Moscow and Minsk.
The group explores technology’s impact on a human and the ways how to hack the present day to find ways for alternative tomorrow. It combines artistic practices with computer science, economics, science fiction and creating software and hardware hacks and tools. It contextualises digital city infrastructure, problematizes human-non-human interactions in the context of establishing complex AI autonomous systems and focuses on horizons of desires of IT-workers.
Within the coming Festival Fotograf
they will present their research based project immersed into the Czech and Belarusian environment of startup culture, its influence on the knowledge production and the process of monopolizing the vision of our future.
Art pair participated in more exhibitions, among them: The Industrial Boomerang, Barents Spektakel (NO), 2017; GLOBALE: New Sensorium in ZKM (DE), 2016; 19th Japan Media Arts Festival (JP), 2015; Tunnel Vision, MOMENTUM 8, Nordic Biennial of Contemporary Art in Moss (NO), 2015.
EEEFFF organised several events, among them: Speculative Computer Club (RU), 2017; Work Hard! Play Hard! (BY), 2016, 2017.