After finishing art high school in the field of applied art he changed to 3D graphics in the middle of the 1990s.
For over 20 years of working in the fields of light and visual art, he’s constantly been looking for innovative opportunities in the intersection of art and technology.
His major research areas are inner and social freedom, consciousness, identity, and loneliness in the modern pre-dystopian world expressed in the form of high-tech installations and AV performances with deep interaction between sound and visuals. Driven by his audiovisual expertise and a perpetual desire to create unforgettable experiences that inspire a strong emotional response, he adopts an individualized approach for each of his works, creating unique technical algorithms and synchronizing sound with cinematic visuals and abstract digital shapes.
His large- scale spatial-visual art installations and live performances explore meaning and narration within a self-written audio-visual language. His large-scale art installations and live performances produced in standalone and in collaboration with Dasha Rush, Robert Lippok, Valentin Tszin, Alexander Abdukarimov etc were presented at countless events and festivals around the world, including Gamma Festival, Berlin Atonal, Mutek Montreal, Ars Electronica Linz, Unsound Festival in Krakow, Komische Oper Berlin, Raster-Noton night in Berghain, Barbican London, Resonance Festival in Tokyo, Mira Festival Barcelona, L.E.V. Festival, Light Festival Lyon, Telefonica in Lima (Peru), Lowry Theater in Manchester and many others.
Alongside his numerous artistic activities Glazov is also well known for music produced with modular synthesizers and analog devices. Deeply influenced by Industrial, his musical work creates a perfect combination of noise, disharmony and shamanism to make listeners dive into an emotional trip of highest intensity.
In addition, for more than 10 years Glazov has been actively engaged in educational projects, providing online and offline workshops focused on audiovisual technologies and music production.