Natalia Fuchs is new media researcher, art historian, international curator and cultural producer. She obtained an MA in Cultural Management from the University of Manchester and another in Media Art Histories from Danube University in Austria. Between 2009 and 2013, she developed the Media Forum at the Moscow International Film festival, and the contemporary art fair VIENNAFAIR, founded the art relations practice ARTYPICAL, and was appointed Curator of the Polytechnic Museum, Moscow. From 2016-2018, as curator and head of the multimedia art department and deputy director of the National Centre for Contemporary Arts in Moscow, she launched the TECHNE platform for innovative art. She has been teaching Media Art History at the Moscow State University, and Art & Science at ITMO University. She currently works as curator and co-producer of St. Petersburg's Gamma Festival of Music and Art for Social Change and their conference companion, Gamma Pro. She is also an advisor for the Barbican Centre, London and their Artificial Intelligence exhibition that was launched in May 2019. Besides curating, Natalia is producing her own A/V performances and video artworks.