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Exhibition In Absence of Alexander Kutovoi
13.03.2015 14:10
Exhibition In Absence of Alexander Kutovoi

FABRIKA Centre for Creative Industries holds Alexander Kutovoi’s personal exhibition In Absence.

      This total installation forms a sacrificial place and creates the atmosphere of the society of everyday rituals, where the man is both a subject making the society structure and an object transformed by this structure and turned a victim of everyday ritual routine.

      All the works displayed at the exhibition project are reflections on the rigid personality formation in the setting of public structures.

      The exhibition will be held till March 22, 2015.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Installations Fabrika Exhibitions in Moscow   

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