Exhibition "Virtual Realism 1.0" Automatic translate
с 3 Ноября
по 16 Декабря
ул. Ремизова, 10
An innovative exhibition project by masters of digital art technology is opened in the Nagornaya gallery of the Moscow Exhibition Halls Association with the support of the Creative Union of Russian Artists and the Visart Foundation for the Development of Visual Art.
The project "Virtual Realism 1. 0" is a continuation of a series of projects and is designed to show innovative technologies in contemporary art. Stereolight panels and digital HD pictures will introduce and immerse the viewer into the world of new virtuality with the help of 3D glasses.
10 domestic authors working with digital projections and using multi-touch monitors reveal previously unexplored opportunities for creating artistic images of the web-intelligence era, while remaining a follower of the academic school of art.
The exhibition presents works that accumulate relevant architectural experience, digital technology and a keen interest in social topics. All of them were created in the period from 2005 to 2018. Spectators will see a visual contrast of a combination of traditional easel art (canvas, ultra-chrome print) and modern achievements in the field of photography, video art and digital art.
The project is accompanied by a rich program of events that will go on throughout the exhibition: master classes with artists will be interesting for children and adults and the professional community.
“The contact of two worlds - the real and the virtual. In the first case - a holographic pyramid - a virtual character is placed in the real world, and the viewer can interact with him using a computer mouse. In the second, on the contrary, the spectator, wearing the VR helmet, becomes a part of another world inhabited by phantom creatures… ” (Natalya Lamanova, project participant)
Project participants - Konstantin Khudyakov, Mikhail Zaikin, Yan Kalnberzin, Evgeny Afonin, Arthur Zhamaletdinova, Mikhail Dyachkov, Natalya Lamanova, Ivan Fadin, Alexey Andreev, Anton Batishev.
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Konstantin Khudyakov - Honored Artist of the Russian Federation, full member of the Russian Academy of Arts, one of the founders of digital art in Russia.
Mikhail Zaikin is an architect, an artist who professes academicism in his work as a necessary foundation for a variety of digital experiments. Prize winner KS Petrova-Vodkin of the Russian Academy of Arts (“Against the Current”, 2012).
Jan Kalnberzin is a video and media artist, one of the founders and active members of the Russian Visual Artists art group. An active figure in the underground of the 2000s, one of the pioneers of stop-motion animation in Moscow, a participant in Russian and foreign video art and music festivals. Creator of the show as part of the Light Festival in Moscow (2011). Member of the Union of Artists of Russia since 2009.
Evgeny Afonin - media artist, video artist, programmer, interactive installation developer, co-founder of Russian Visual Artists studio, curator of the Curiosity Media Lab, curator of the TouchFest festival. Since 2008, he has been working in the field of digital and multimedia art, a professional in the fields of 3d and 2d graphics, video mapping, generative graphics, kinetic objects, computer vision systems and other interactive systems.
Arthur Zhamaletdinov is an independent artist, member of the TSHR, a participant in numerous projects, including more than 200 world ones, where he acts as an independent art director, artist, designer, and as part of various teams of high professionals.
Mikhail Dyachkov, an artist, member of the Creative Union of Artists of Russia, creates light-musical installations, author of the Fusion Emotion project, author of a unique technique of light painting based on light dispersion. Participation in exhibitions: festival of new culture in the framework of Art Moscow, 2011; Live Stile, Central House of Artists, 2012; finalist of the Tota Space contest, 2012, exhibition in the Art-Box gallery, 2018.
Natalia Lamanova - artist, graduated from the Moscow Art Academy named after Stroganov Member of the Professional Union of Artists. Works are in international and Russian museums, private collections in Russia, the USA, France, Australia, Italy, Canada, Belgium, etc.
Ivan Fadin - an artist in the field of kinetic sculpture (objects) and visual effects, he graduated from the Stroganov Moscow Art Theater.
Alexey Andreev is a Russian artist working in the technique of digital painting, using virtual and augmented reality technologies in his work.
Anton Batishev - media artist, laureate of the prize named after KS Petrova-Vodkin of the Russian Academy of Arts (“Against the Current”, 2014). This project shows puzzling and very witty digital works in various materials and on various media.
The curator of the project is architect, artist Mikhail Zaikin. The project coordinator is the producer of commercial digital projects Tatyana Sopp.
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Date: November 3 - December 16, 2018.
Opening hours: Tue – Sun 11: 00–20: 00
Cost: 100 r. (50 p. - discount ticket)
Gallery "Nagornaya" Association "Exhibition Halls of Moscow"
St. Remizova, house 10, metro station Nagornaya, 8 (495) 1236569