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Unknown Sentient Powers Exhibition Opens in Moscow
26.02.2013 08:00
Unknown Sentient Powers Exhibition Opens in Moscow

The exhibition Unknown Sentient Powers by two modern artists Elena Elagina and Igor Makarevich has started in Moscow.

      This project was already shown in Russia before, but Muscovites have got the chance to see it for the first time. The basis for creation of the art installation is writing of the well-known Russian scientist Konstantin Tsiolkovsky dedicated to development of the theory of Russian cosmism. This theory was stated for the first time by Nikolay Fyodorov and consolidated ideas on revival of ancestors.

      At the same time Tsiolkovsky was engaged in development of the interplanetary spaceship. Thus he was uniting the Slavic pagan past and glorious space future with the thread of requirements of his communistic present time.

      All those interested in philosophical disputes and deep intellectual background of art works will be impressed by the exhibition. It will be open for two weeks.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Exhibitions in Moscow Space Konstantin Tsiolkovsky   

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