CYLAND Participates in “Silent Voices. Contemporary Art about the Siege” in St. Petersburg

CYLAND MediaArtLab participates in the exhibition project “Silent Voices. Contemporary Art about the Siege” in St. Petersburg. Developed in cooperation with the NCCA and the Pro Arte Foundation for Culture and Arts, “Silent Voices” studies the daily life of a person in a besieged city. Based on available historical publications, archival sources and private evidence, the project is carried out with the help of contemporary visual forms and media. “Silent Voices” is curated by Ludmila Belova.

On display since September 8, the exhibition includes new works by Anna Frants, Elena Gubanova and Ivan Govorkov, and Ludmila Belova produced by CYLAND MediaArtLab team. Alexander Terebenin and Peter Belyi also take  part in the exhibition with new installations.


Read the curatorial statement by Ludmila Belova

Silent Voices. Contemporary Art about the Siege

September 8 – November 17, 2017

Peter and Paul Fortress, exhibition hall “Nevskaya Kurtina” (right side) of the State Museum of the History of St. Petersburg

Exhibition participants and their projects:

  • Alexandr Androsov, Vadim Zaitsev: EARTH, art object
  • Ludmila Belova: THE ROOM, installation
  • Pyotr Belyi: GEOMETRY OF MEMORY, installation
  • Vita Buivid: MATERIAL EVIDENCE, installation
  • Elena Gubanova, Ivan Govorkov: LINE , sound installation
  • Olesya Gonserovskaya: SOUP, installation
  • Anastasiya Kizilova: HUNGER QUISINE, installation
  • Vyacheslav Kuritsyn: COMFORTABLE READING, sound installation
  • Vadim Leukhin: DLACK LIGHT, installation
  • Alexandr Terebenin: WITHOUT CAMOUFLAGE, installation
  • Natalya Tikhonova:MILLION, VERBATIM ,video
  • Anna Frants: BLIND SPOT, video installation
  • Maxim Sher:BAN OF IMAGES, installation

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