Kirill Zakomoldin is a Dutch-Russian multimedia artist and designer based in Amsterdam, specialized in AR, VR, and new media design.

He has been working as an independent designer, artist, and curator on self-initiated and commissioned projects. He obtained a bachelor in Graphic Design at the Gerrit Rietveld Academy.

Kirill is a multidisciplinary artist, combining analog and digital mediums in his work. His projects take roots in Kirill’s position as an international designer and a frequent traveler, allowing him to study and experience often diverse perspectives. Those notably different outlooks allow Kirill to connect elements in unique ways while embracing his view on the subject.

Kirill’s work and interests span over a wide range of topics. They include various critical social-political issues which are often given form through high-tech experiments and multimedia platforms questioning on and offline realities.

Kirill has worked and collaborated on projects with the Stedelijk Museum, Het Nieuwe Instituut, Sheremetyevo International Airport, ARTIS Zoo, Museum of Modern Art Moscow, The Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, Gerrit Rietveld Academie, The Werker Collective, The Department of Culture of Moscow.

Ocupation: Conceptual/Media Art, Photography/Videography, Graphic/Visual Design, Curatorial work/Digital and Visual Design/3D/Augmented Reality/Virtual Reality.

Amsterdam, NL