Ira Eduardovna was born in Uzbekistan. She currently lives and works in NY.
Eduardovna’s work reconstructs narratives of autobiographical nature and examines issues of migration and identity in flux through non-linear story telling. Her video installations examine the border of video and architecture and the influence of architecture on the experience of time and memory.
Awards include: New York State Council on the Arts grant for film and electronic media in 2015, The Ostrovsky Family Fund for experimental Film in 2012 and 2014 and Artis Exhibition Grant in 2012. Artist residencies include: Smack Mellon Residency in New York 2014-2015, OMI International Art Center NY 2014, FUTURA center for contemporary Art in Prague 2013, Wave Hill workspace studio program 2016.
Selected Solo Exhibitions Include: “That.There.Then.” at Momenta Art Brooklyn, NY (2012) “The Library Room” at Braverman Gallery Tel Aviv (2012), “Mother”- Vox Populi Gallery, Philadelphia, PA (2013) “Terminus” – Baruch College New Media Art Department Gallery (2013), “Mother” – Rosenberg Gallery, Hofstra University Art Gallery, Hempstead NY, “A thousand years” at 1708 Gallery in Richmond, VA (2015). Group shows include: Love at the edge: Galleria Arsenal Bialystok, Poland (curator:Denise Carvalho and Monika Szewczyk) “Beyond Limits – Post Global Biennial” in San Diego Art Institute in 2014 in conjunction with Mediations Biennial in Poznan (curator: Denise Carvalho and Ginger Shulick), “Displaced Visions” in the Israel museum in Jerusalem 2013 (curator: Nisan Peretz), “Signals” Bat Yam Museum of Contemporary Art in Israel 2010 (Curator: Danna Heller).
She holds an MFA from Hunter College, New York since 2012.