Anton Vidokle (born in Moscow, lives in New York and Berlin) has exhibited work internationally at venues including Documenta 13, the Venice Biennale, the Lyon Biennial, and Tate Modern. As a founder of e-flux he has produced Do it, Utopia Station poster project, and organized An Image Bank for Everyday Revolutionary Life as well as the Martha Rosler Library. His other works include e-flux video rental and Time/Bank, co-organized with Julieta Aranda, and Unitednationsplaza—a twelve-month experimental school in Berlin as a response to the unrealized Manifesta 6. He is a co-editor of e-flux journal along with Julieta Aranda and Brian Kuan Wood. Recently, Vidokle was a Resident Professor at Home Workspace Program (2013-14), an educational program organized by Ashkal Alwan in Beirut where he initiated the exhibition A Museum of Immortality. Most recently, Vidokle exhibited films in the Montreal Biennale (2084: a science fiction show with Pelin Tan) and at the Shanghai Biennale (This is Cosmos, 2014).
*Anton Vidokle, Film still from This Is Cosmos, 2014.