Misha Gudwin practices contemporary art, exploring the inherent links between material and virtual objects. His work addresses the interaction of urban and digital spaces and his works are often based around found urban objects that reflect the industrial face of Russian cities.
Misha’s career began in 2010 with graffiti writing and is a graduate of the Voronezh Center for Contemporary Art’s educational program, as well as the BAZA Institute (2021). His artist residencies include the Foundation of Vladimir Smirnov and Konstantine Sorokin and Winzavod Open Studios (2020). He was one of the winners of NOVA ART, a contest for young artists, in 2019. Misha is also the cofounder of two artist-run spaces, IP Vinogradov (Moscow) and the cultural center Daipyat Gallery (Voronezh).