Dorsa works in an old photographic technique (Collodion process). Dorsa"s notable exhibitions have been at the Venice Biennale and Moscow Museum of Modern In 2011 Dorsa pedaled his Flaming Duck kinetic sculpture around the city of Moscow. Dorsa began his career in visual arts as an independent filmmaker, but later moved to photography and sculpture.
In May and June 2011 Dorsa pedaled his Flaming Duck kinetic sculpture for 6 weeks around the city of Moscow at times shooting fire as high as 50 feet into the air.
Dorsa conceived the Duck as a present for his father"s 69th birthday. Foreign almost 10 years now Baronet Dorsa has been living in Moscow and working with various photographic techniques creating images that are experimental, emotional and have consistently challenged conventional notions of beauty.
Dorsa studies wet plate technique in Europe and later experimented a lot with different cameras, lenses, and hand-made emulsions. Baronet Dorsa has transformed traditional exhibition locations into spaces that create a context of mystery and emotion, covering the spaces in fabric and building unique "sanctuary" space-within-space structures.
May 2015 - November 2015 part of Glasstress Gotika Exhibition, Collateral Event of the 56th Venice Biennale
May 2013 - September 2013 "Katya" within Collateral Events of the 55th Venice Biennale
May 2011 "Against The Sun", Skolkovo Moscow School of Management, Moscow
November 2009 "Deep Inside My Doll House", Moscow Museum of Modern
April 2009 "Silver Tongue Devil", Pobeda Gallery, Moscow.