Photo: Anton Khlabov
Dimension Range (30 APRIL – 5 JUNE 2021, Anna Nova Gallery) is the first solo project by ::vtol:: (aka artist Dmitry Morozov) in St. Petersburg, showcasing the imaginative and research exercises of the artist in the recent years. The Project is technically supported by CYLAND MediaArtLab.
Dimension Range – this word play appeared while the artist was looking for the most comprehensive and poetic way to describe an array of images, methods, and subjects he uses in his work. This creative range is by no means a framework, a scale or a specter – it is a flexible and inconstant value that embodies increasingly more dimensions every year.
Almost every of the works exhibited measures (dimensions) things – like itself, its environment, a meteorite’s temperature or human biological parameters. At the same time, these objects create a dimension of their own – in space and in time. Sometimes, they create a confabulated narration. On other occasions, the dimension becomes an abstract kinetic or audio action, which to a certain extent arranges and patternizes chaos or on the contrary – gives rise to it.
The exhibition includes 16 well selected projects by the artist that provide the most vivid insights into various trends and methods of his work. 4 pieces have been specially made for the exhibition and will be showcased for the first time. At the 1stfloor of the Gallery, you will find the Geological Trilogy – an art research introducing the audience to three peculiar natural and man-caused global scale events that took place within the CIS at various times.
Please visit Timepad (link) to buy tickets with fixed time – these will be required to attend the exhibition. An art mediation is included with every ticket.
Dmitry Morozov aka ::vtol:: is a transdisciplinary artist and researcher. He focuses on contemporary media arts including sound, robotics and installation, placing special emphasis on the link between emergent systems and new kinds of technological synthesis.
His works have been exhibited at museums and galleries worldwide, including the NCCA, MMOMA, Garage Museum of Contemporary Art, Tretyakov State Gallery, Electromuseum, Laboratoria Art&Science Space (Moscow), Laznia Center for Contemporary Arts (Gdansk), ZKM Zentrum (Karlsruhe), Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art (Boulder), National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts (Taichung), Kapelica gallery (Ljubljana), ArtScience Museum (Singapore) etc., in 4th MBCA (Moscow), SIGGRAPH 2016 (Anaheim) and in festivals such as Mirage (Lyon), Ars Electronica (Linz), Future Everything (Manchester) and CTM (Berlin).
He is the award winner of the Sergei Kuryokhin Prize (Russia, 2013 and 2020), Innovation (Russia, 2020), Prix Cube (France, 2014) and also received honorary mentions at VIDA 16.0 (Spain, 2014) and Prix Ars Electronica (Austria, 2015, 2017).
30 APRIL – 5 JUNE 2021
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