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Exhibition Dedicated to Human on the Web to Start in St. Petersburg
11.07.2013 14:35
Exhibition Dedicated to Human on the Web to Start in St. Petersburg

The Etazhi Loft-project in St. Petersburg opens the exhibition Worldwide Network by the artist Natalia Tsvetkova on July 16.

      The art installation is made of lonely people’s portraits, some spaces in which are filled with bunches of hanging down and intertwining white threads that symbolize flows of electronic information.

      It is important for a person who has found oneself on the web, not to get lost in the virtual world but manage to get out of there to the real world.

      The exhibition runs till August 16.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Modern Art Installations Exhibitions in St.Petersburg Internet  

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