Ася Мухина

Biography

Does performances, media-performances, animation, video-art, sound-art, photography, sculpture. She is also a participant of modern art exhibitions, theatre laboratories and workshops.

As video designer and scenographer created more than 50 performances at numerous theatres, including Alexandrinsky Theater (Nevsky Prospekt, 2013, Švejk. The Return, 2018, directed by Valery Fokin), Perm Opera and Ballet Theatre (Pierrot lunaire by Schoenberg, conductor – Teodor Currentzis, 2018), Hungarian National Theatre (Crocodile after Dostoevsky’s short story, directed by Valery Fokin, 2016), The Meyerhold Theatre Centre (Europeras 3&4 by Cage, directed by Natalia Anastasieva, 2013), The State Theatre of Nations (Tableaux vivants after Polina Barskova’s play, directed by Victor Alferov, 2016), The Bolshoi Theatre (The Idiot by Weinberg, directed by Evgeny Arye, 2017), Ermolova Moscow Drama Theatre (Adam and Eve /The Shape of Things after Neil LaBute’s play, directed by Olesya Nevmerzhitskaya, 2015), Stanislavsky and Nemirovich-Danchenko Moscow Music Theatre, Novaya Opera Theatre (DIDO: Dido and Aeneas by Purcell with a prologue by Michael Nyman, directed by Natalia Anastasieva, 2014), Pokrovsky Chamber Music Theatre (The Prodigal Son by Britten, 2013, Mavra by Stravinsky, directed by Mikhail Kislyarov, 2014), Eugene Panfilov Ballet (Salome to music by Pärt, choreography by Larisa Alexandrova, 2015), Ekaterinburg Musical Comedy Theatre (Jolly Fellows to music by Isaak Dunayevsky and Maksim Dunayevsky, directed by Kirill Strezhnev, 2015), Christmas mysteries in the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour (2018 and 2019), etc.

In 2011–14 she collaborated with the Moscow Museum of Modern Art as a curator and author of educational programs, including «Media performance laboratory» (2011–2013).

General sponsor of the Bolshoi Theatre is Ingosstrakh Insurance Company
General partner of the Bolshoi Theatre is investment group Absolute
Privileged sponsor of the Bolshoi Theatre is Credit Suisse bank
Privileged partner of the Bolshoi Theatre is GUM