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Mysterious Inhabitants of the Universe Exhibited in Moscow
30.05.2016 18:28
Mysterious Inhabitants of the Universe Exhibited in Moscow

Visitors of the exhibition will see alien deserts and oceans, mountains and craters, star landscapes and art works by the Japanese master Yasukhiro Yudagava under the pseudonym Shovel Head. High resolution  projections, 3D animations and ambisonic sound create mysterious atmosphere and shift you from the creative space of Lumiere Hall to some other planet inhabited by amazing dwellers.

      Visitors will see not only fantastic creatures here but also Jules Verne's legendary submarine, famous  astromechanic droid from the popular star film saga, original Yury Gagarin's  workout gear, in which he exercized to prepare for the first spaceflight ever, and some other unusual modern sculptures.

      The exhibition runs in the creative space Lumiere Hall at the address 2/1, Bersenevsky Lane near Kropotkinskaya and Tretyakovskaya metro stations from March 5 to June 30.



Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Exhibitions in Moscow Lumiere Hall    

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