Daria Dorosh is an artist and co-founder of A.I.R. Gallery. She is an educator, researcher, and activist working in the intersection of art, fashion, and technology with a special interest in how these fields are converging on the body. She is currently working on an anthology, The Art of Sleep, for which she is writing a chapter on the politics of nightwear. An exhibition related to the book is taking shape in her studio for May 2015. Her 20th one-person exhibition, DEEP Play: imaginary realms and comfort objects for grown-ups, featured pigment prints and portable textile sculpture, or toys for grown-ups.
Daria Dorosh teaches fashion design at the Fashion Institute of Technology, NY, and became a researcher with SMARTlab, UK,where she completed her Ph.D. on Patterning: the Informatics of Art and Fashion in 2007. In 2011, she was one of ten artists honored by Art Table for contributions to the field beyond traditional studio practice. An interview with Paddy Johnson, Concerns from The Second Economy: Daria Dorosh on the Baby Boomer’s Relationship to Technology and Art is posted on Art F City. She recently co-organized and moderated The Future is History: Feminist Legacies in Contemporary Art at the Brooklyn Museum, NY. In July, 2014, Daria Dorosh and artist John Tomlinson led a discussion on legacy and the artist at The Mildred Complex(ity) in Narrowsburg, NY.