Within 7th Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art, OTTEPEL in collaboration with JART gallery and L1 Group presented a joint project of Irina Denisova, Ivan Fedyanin and Oleg GK “Private Territory”.

The “Private Territory” installation shows evolutionary progress in terms of future technologies that are actively replacing paper carrier from the NEXT generation. Digital projection, accompanied by sounds and experts from the poems of Mayakovsky, Brodsky, Tsvetaeva and Blok did not leave guests indifferent. The author’s tandem allowed to realize the installation of the future, all-powerful based on the information of ancestors. What is infinitely expensive to the previous generation goes in parallel with what has already become inalienable in the life of modern society.

Perhaps, one of the most ambitious installation of the 7th Moscow Biennale “Private Territory” was located under the dome of the gallery center “Sphere” in front of the Government House. Visitors to the installation plunged into the atmosphere of the interactive forest, in  which the information fields of different generations are concentrated, forming a single cloud of knowledge.

To look at the art objects in the height of the 2-storey building, namely 12 meters in height and 5 meters in  diameter, this evening came: the TV presenter of the “First Channel” Svetlana Abramova, hhumorist Mikhail Grushevsky with his wife Eugenia, jeweler Svetlana Amova, politician Andrei Bogdanov gallery owner Marina Obraztsova, restaurateur Oleg Porotikov, Head of the press service of AHML Hassia Julia, psychologists Anette Orlova and Anastasia Bulgakova, actress of theater and cinema Antonina Klimenko, president of Mercedes-NBenz Classic Club Russia Alexei Prupes, bloggers Natas Oreshek and Olesya Ermakov Designers Mirchev Polina and Irina Arenkova, singer Oksana Kazakova and Pak actress Olga Zeiger, presenter Dilbar Fayzieva, art historian Anastasia hair cut and others.

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