"Sluice Gates. Polar Shift”, an unprecedented Russian-Dutch project-exhibition started in the Moscow Planetarium. A complex conceptual exhibition, which was opened in the Netherlands Year in Russia, is part of the Fifth Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Arts exhibition, where Planetarium takes part for the first time. The exhibition represents works of the most influential contemporary artists of two countries. It features drawings, paintings, photography, video-art, kinetic objects and installation art, most of which were created specifically for this exhibition. The "Sluice Gates. Polar Shift” is considering reality as an open communication system, in the structure of which happens a continuous exchange of information. System’s signals and information flows create a new art form, which preserves the binarity of its levels, but at the same time allows them to shift poles by alternating inputs and outputs. The exhibition is open daily, except Tuesdays, from 12 October to 4 November, 2013.
Opening Hours: Daily 10:00-21:00. Planetarium is closed for visitors on Tuesdays.
The Telescope Café is open daily (except Tuesdays) from 11:00 to 21:00.
Address: 123242 Moscow, 5 Sadovaya-Kudrinskaya, building 1.
Preplan your visit and purchase tickets in advance. Tickets are available daily (except Tuesdays) for any show for the next seven days.
Author: Anna Dorozhkina