Marina Naprushkina

b. 1981, Minsk, Belarus. Lives and works in Berlin.

In 2007 she founded “The Office for Anti-Propaganda”, which started as an archive on political propaganda with the focus on Belarus and drifted to a political platform. In cooperation with activists and cultural makers, the “Office” launches and supports political campaigns, social projects, and protest actions, and publishes underground newspapers. Naprushkina is also active in the “New neighborhood/ Moabit”, a neighborhood initiative to support refugees which grew up to become one of the largest initiatives in Berlin. She created the “Refugees’ Library”, an archive of courtroom sketches dedicated to asylum and migration politics. She has been exhibiting since 2004 and from 2016 she has been a lecturer at the Kunsthochschule Berlin-Weißensee, while she also contributes with lectures and workshops at the Academy of Fine Arts of Vienna.





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