EVA DAVIDOVA explores behavior, ecological disaster, and the political implications of technology through performative works rooted in the absurd. Disrupting and challenging a singular narrative, she combines ancient mythology with the current technological moment to address the impending ecological catastrophe. Davidova’s practice involves research, performance, 360 video and 3D sculpture, game engines, participatory Virtual Reality and interactive, site-specific immersive installations. She works with the human gesture and expression as a way to “mix” with, and disrupt technologies, and use the failures in these technologies to reclaim them. An important part of her practice is involving people to discuss seemingly disparate, but strongly interwoven and urgent global issues in performative dinners and collaborative projects. Davidova has exhibited at the Bronx Museum, Everson Museum, Albright Knox Museum, MACBA, CAAC Sevilla, and La Regenta among others. She was a fellow of Harvestworks’ Technology Immersion Program for artists, Triangle Arts, Residency Unlimited, and a member of NEW INC, the New Museum incubator at the intersection of art, design and technology. Her latest solo exhibitions were at ISSUE Project Room and the Instituto Cervantes in New York, and her mixed reality project Garden for Drowning Descendants, funded by the NYSCA Individual Artist grant will premiere at Harvestworks in August 2022.