A film director, artist, activist, researcher, and communications strategist.
She was one of the representatives of Electronauts - a foundation dedicated to Electronic music and innovative pop culture. For years, she has been producing TV shows about music and cinema, fighting for equal human rights as part of the White Noise Movement. Naja is also an author of Women’s Solidarity March, a public feminist rally for gender equality and a board member of the Equality Movement - for LGBT/Queer rights. Author of “System Must Be Destroyed” - a widespread youth protest rally in 2012, protesting civil inequality and requesting democratic changes in Georgia. She’s the co-founder of act4culture / The Cultural and Creative Industries Union of Georgia and the project manager in United We Stream Tbilisi.
She’s the founder and author of the concept and idea of techno club BASSIANI/HOROOM,
which not only provided the underground bases for all new social movements in Georgia but
also evoked a Cultural Revolution, manifested as a globally famous, massive Dance protests
dubbed as Rave Revolution in the main streets of Tbilisi in 2018. Naja is an author of the
concept of Horoom Nights - the first and biggest Queer party series.
Naja is the author and initiator of Creative Collective Spectrum - a group of artists, researchers and publicists who study and elaborate the non-dominant cultural thoughts and practices. Member of Queer Collective The Fungus Project. Co-founder of an avant-garde bar Klara.
Her works and thoughts have been part of numerous international exhibitions, festivals and
panel discussions including Frei(t)raume Berlin, Germany; Amsterdam Dance Event,
Amsterdam, Netherlands; Fusion Festival, Larz, Germany; Social Design, University of Applied Arts, Vienna, Austria. Budapest Underground, Budapest, Hungary. Nuits Sonores & European Lab, Brussels, Belgium and many more.