In the Salty Sand, the Sun Has a Musky Smell
Not For Sale
The project is a series of three objects. Every object is a space which inhabited by the visual objects that were created by the artist Kirill Makarov for the poetry cycle of the poet and psychoanalyst Ksenia Kononenko ( project “In the Salty Sand, the Sun Has a Musky Smell”). Every space is formed like an utopian space for hybrid objects and shapes. Every space contains a poem, which was written purposefully for the project (different visual invariants could be found: the form of a classical poetic line, slogan or a free-standing monumental object). Each type of expression has its own visual solution.
Exhibitions with this piece
Welcome to Concrete House .art which features curated pavilions and an exhibition of digital artists selected through an open call. The curated pavilions include Ars Electronica’s partners, .ART’s artist in residence Medina Kasimova and a selection of work from .ART’s and Arlekin Players Theatre’s collaborative project ZeroGravity.art, directed by Igor Golyak and featuring the renowned choreographer and actor Mikhail Baryshnikov. Concrete House .art participants join the space for playful reflections on the creation of virtual environments.