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Spacehack Art Object Appeared At ENEA
14.07.2015 11:08
Spacehack Art Object Appeared At ENEA

The first winner of the contest for the best public art object at the ENEA is Aleksei Bogomolov and his project called “Spacehack”.

      The art object was installed at the ENEA between the two statues next to the pavilion “Rabbit Breeding”. As the press service of the ENEA reports, this volumetric spatial composition can change the perception of the three-dimensional space. The concept is based on direct interaction of the installation with the surrounding space.

      This interaction creates the final image of the public art installation: we see the light pouring from the door that is half-open into another dimension. The object is placed between the two statues near the pavilion “Rabbit Breeding”, next to the pond No. 4. This place was not chosen incidentally. Two time spaces will merge here: the open door leads us into the past, connecting it with the present. The idea of the volumetric-dimensional composition changing the usual reality is simple: it allows you to look beyond its boundaries and feel the possible link with the past and the future of this place.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: ENEA     

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