Vladimir Nadein (b. 1993) is a curator, filmmaker and producer. He produced a feature film "Detours" supported by Hubert Bals Fund, received Eurimages Lab Project Award in Les Arcs and was shown at Venice Critics' Week, Viennale, Thessaloniki, Berlin Critics' Week, FICUNAM, Jeonju FF, IndieLisboa, Beldocs, FILMADRID among others. Vladimir co-founded Moscow International Experimental Film Festival and directed it for five editions. He curated screenings and public programs for Venice Architecture Biennale, Moscow International Biennale for Young Art, Garage Museum, Hamburg Short Film Festival, University of California, Los Angeles and other venues. Vladimir teaches in Moscow School of New Cinema. A member of the filmmakers' duo, together with Dina Karaman. Now he is based in Taipei, Taiwan.


Solo exhibition:
Deep Play, VT ArtSalon, Taipei, Taiwan, 2022

Group exhibitions:
Log into our Sea, Greater Taipei Biennial of contemporary art, Taiwan, 2022
Hauntology of post-soviet spaces, HSE art gallery, Moscow, Russia, 2020
A Better version of you - Technology fair, Art Sonje, Seoul, South Korea 2017


2023 The Art of Machinima, Kunstnernes Hus Kino, Oslo, Norway, 2023
2023 Against Gravity. The Art of Machinima. International Short Film Festival Oberhausen
2021 Kinolaboratoria, New Holland Island International Film Festival
2021 Into the Sandbox, 17th Venice Architecture Biennale
2021 Open, 17th Venice Architecture Biennale
2021 Dostoevsky Apparitions, New Space Theatre of Nations
2020 Other Zones, 17th Venice Architecture Biennale
2020 Extracurricular practices, special project of VII Moscow International Biennale for Young Art
2020 Time for collective action, VII Moscow International Biennale for Young Art
2019 No data Plan, Garage MCA, Moscow
2019. Panorama festival, Zvezda cinema, Moscow
2019 Bruce Conner films, Garage MCA, Moscow
2019 Garden, Derek Jarman, Garage MCA, Moscow
2019 There is no movement - NOW, Hamburg Short Film Festival, Hamburg
2019 Hand and Machine (Hand made 16mm films from Australia), Zvezda cinema, Moscow
2018 Björn Kammerer short films, Cinema and Photo Research Institute, Moscow
2018 Drift, Garage MCA, Moscow
2018 Ben Rivers: shorts, New Holland, Saint-Petersburg
2018 Spell ward of the darkness, Garage MCA, Moscow
2018 The Brig, Garage MCA, Moscow
2018 Funeral parade of roses, Garage MCA, Moscow
2018 In the realm of perfection, Garage MCA, Moscow
2018 ORG, Garage MCA, Moscow
2018 Cocote, Garage MCA, Moscow
2018 Victory Day, Garage MCA, Moscow
2018 11x14, Garage MCA, Moscow
2018 The dissapeared/Salarium. Garage MCA, Moscow
2018 Towards Jerusalem by Ruth Beckerman. Garage MCA, Moscow
2017 Anton Ginzburg: Hyberborea, Turo. New Holland, Saint-Petersburg
2017 Early films by Apichatpong Weerasethakul. Garage MCA , Moscow
2017 Impossible to see: North Korea. Brothers Lumiere Center of Photography, Moscow
2017 Amir Yatziv: Another planet. Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center, Moscow
2017 Alphabet for an Artist. Shule Friedl Kubelka, Vienna
2017 Russian Experimental Film Weekend. Calvert gallery, London
2016 Far from Moscow. UCLA, Los-Angeles

Residencies, workshops and labs:

Tiang Studio, Bangkok, Thailand, 2022
Stupin artist-in-residence, Kaohsiung, Taiwan, 2022
Taipei Artist Village / VT Art Salon, artist-in-residence, Taipei, 2022
East West Talent Lab, goEast, Wiesbaden, 2021
Boost NL/Cinemart, International Film Festival Rotterdam, 2020
Boost NL, Nederlands Film Festival, Utrecht, 2019

Selected artist talks, panels:

Resisting machinima, National Taiwan University of the Arts, 2022
Decentralized States of the Digital Economy, Fondazione Giangiacomo Feltrinelli , Milan, Italy, 2022

Teaching and mentorship:

National Taiwan University of the Arts, 2022
Steal the reel workshop

Taipei Media School, Taiwan, 2022
Still Life(s), flea market workshop

Taiwan Pitch, Talent Village, Taipei, 2022
Revealing the reel / found footage workshop

Dissent found footage workshop, 2022
Co-tutor with Dina Karaman

Moscow School of New Cinema, 2020 - present,
Tutor for script and project development

ADS8 - Data Matter[s] - The Gaming Edition, Royal College of Art, School of Architecture, London, 2021