Tripura (Maria Agureeva) is a Los Angeles based artist. She works with 3d motion graphics, video. Her works are inspired by the relationship between the global human body and the body of nature in the future, new forms of life, chimeras, boundless bodies, and interpretations of Love.
Tripura’s works have been featured on a digital billboard in Tokyo, Japan, were represented in Digital art month in Paris 2022, and have been shown in several recent exhibitions: Women of the world, Nowhere gallery, New York, The USA; Plexus project, New York, The USA; Superchief selects VOL.1 collection; Los Angeles, The USA; CADAF digital art fair 2022, New York, The USA, Ipercubo gallery, Milan, Italy.
Tripura is a winner of the prize from Ruinart Art Patronat (2019) and TRUST FOR MUTUAL UNDERSTANDING (2018), a nominee of the Kandinsky Prize (2013).
What if time is not linear? Maybe you exist simultaneously in several realities, and in each of them you are an unexpected assembly of your various possibilities. What if reality is a stream in which you are a chimera rushing towards the inﬁnite light, striving to become like the creator who made you, but out of ignorance and laziness you choose to get carried along in the warm currents, simply ﬂoating through reality?
“Warm Currents” is an multi-layered immersive audio-visual installation that seeks to engage and transport viewers to a multi-layered reality. This installation is a collaboration between Tripura and musician Lo.Sai.