Larisa Blazic is a lecturer by day and a media artist by night. Born in a country that doesn't exist any more, she pretends to live and work in London and is an avid collector of wasted time. She spends her life studying software and networks, speculating on freedom and openness whilst and at the same time learning about it. In the past, Larisa's work was focused on various forms of intersection between art, internet and architecture never fully settling on a committed direction. Often influenced by her contemporaries, her practice has been sliding between personal and political narratives tackling dirt and noise of urban everyday to reclusive isolation of empty and sometimes abandoned power and control. Currently her enthusiasm lies in unionising data and organising post-graduate studies in FLOSS+art&design.