Video Program Universe in Your Pocket

“Universe in Your Pocket” explores the commonalities and differentiations among physical, emotional and  cultural manifestations attached to the concept of  «home». Following the tradition of legendary apartment shows of Soviet time — this exposition explores correlations between public and private, inner and outward, practical  and idle.


Anna Jermolaeva (Austria) / In/Out, 2011 (3:30)

Francesca Fini (Italy) / White Noise, 2013 (6:00 )

Marcantonio Lunardi (Italy) / Public Space, 2014  (03:45

Mark Salvatus (Philippines) / Current Affair$, 2 014 (1:12)

AUJIK (Japan) / Plasticity Unfolding, 2014 (5:00 )

Rasmus Albertsen (Denmark) / Forest, 2011 (4:32)

Yuri Vassiliev (Russia) / Last next winter, 2011  (4:42)

Alena Tereshko (Russia) / Just My Own, 2014 (4:1 1)

Mauricio Sanhueza (Peru) / Calico, 2012 (3:38)

Sandrine Deumier, Alx P.op (France) / Un.reality , 2012 (0:55)

Yannis Kranidiotis (Greece) / Ichographs, 2014 ( 6:00)

Arya Sukapura Putra (Indonesia) / City of Light s, 2013 (2:06)

Jean-Michel Rolland (France) / Training Doors,  2011 (5:53)

Éléonore Joulin (Belgium) / The House of Certai nty, 2012 (5:09)

Maria Korporal (Germany) / Between Memory and Destiny, 2014 (4:29)

Liuda Kartoshkina (Russia) / Seasons, 2011 (4:06)

Emilija Skarnulyte (Lithuania) / Aldona, 2011 ( 6:00)

Ryo Ikeshiro (UK) /Composition: WSWC, 2013 (3:15)



The 8th CYBERFEST video art program at Made in NY Media Center, New York, USA

The 8th CYBERFEST video art program at LUDA Gallery, St. Petersburg, Russia


Victoria Ilyushkina (St Petersburg) holds a degree in Art History and Theory from the Russian Academy of Arts and New Media Program at Pro Arte Institute. She began her career as a curator working with the NCCA (National Contemporary Art Center) in Saint Petersburg.

Since 2009, Ilyushkina has served as curator for the CYLAND’s video archive and the CYBERFEST video program. During her time at the helm, both the archive and the CYBERFEST video program have grown internationally with featured screenings at Platoon Kunsthalle in Berlin, Germany; Empire Projects, Istanbul; programming at the Venice Biennale, the New York Media Center and more.

Ilyushkina has also curated the international video festival VIDEOFORMA, served on the jury of the Oberhausen International Short Film Festival, and organized exhibitions at S.Kuryokhin Contemporary Arts Center, where she serves on the committee presiding over the prestigious annual award.