Evgeny Granilshchikov (b. 1985) is a media-artist and an independent filmmaker. Since 2011 he has created video installations and short experimental films, has worked with sound and picture. In 2013 he received the Kandinsky award in the nomination "Young artist" for his work "Position". Granilshchikov works with a variety of media (from individual photos to a feature film), combines them, creating a wonderful, solid projects. In 2014 he made a full-feature film "To Follow Her Advice" and several short films that together form the trilogy of "anti-movie". In the center of the trilogy – the impact of the political and social environment on the individual stories of characters who are trying to deal with their historical legacy, to figure out how their personal experience relates to modern times and collective memory. Recent exhibitions included "Untitled (after losses)" (solo exhibition) at the Multimedia Art Museum, Moscow (26); "One inside Another. Art of New and Old Media in the Era of High-Speed Internet" at the Moscow Museum of Modern Art (2016); "Political populism" in the Art Museum, Vienna (2015); the main project of the 6th Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art (2015); 'Boundaries' in the Gallery of Russian Art and Design (GRAD), London (2015).