Aziza Kadyri is a London-based multidisciplinary artist with a focus on extended reality (AR/VR), live/digital performance, experimental costume, and textiles. Originally from Uzbekistan, she graduated with a degree in Fashion Design from Tsinghua University, Beijing in 2017 and was awarded an MA in Performance Practice and Design with Distinction from Central Saint Martins in 2020.
Throughout her professional career, she has produced designs for theatre, live performance, film, and XR projects internationally across the Eurasian continent. She has also facilitated art workshops for a number of socially engaged projects.
Aziza's approach is grounded in a fusion of collaboration and interdisciplinary methodologies that drive the creation of both physical and digital immersive experiences. She is also interested in participatory practices with local communities. Aziza's projects explore the themes of migration, displacement, social invisibility, identity, decolonisation, feminism, and language.
Interview on Magazeta - the largest Russian-language online news portal about China and East Asia.
MINDSCAPES. Augmented Reality and the imagination during the pandemic. Co-written with Sophia Bulgakova.