July 6, 2007
Click I Hope, the Russian pavilion’s group exhibition explores what it means to live in an age of constant media bombardment and perpetual connectivity through the internet. Click I Hope is a group exhibition featuring work by artists including AES+F, Andrey Bartenev, Arseny Mescheryakov, Julia Milner, Alexander Ponomarev. Alexander Pomomarev and Arseny Mescheryakov focus on the relationship between the real world and the media (works “Shower”, “Windshield Wipers”, “Wave”); The projects by AES+F, Andrey Bartenev and Julia Milner variously analyse the phenomenon of the virtual world (video installation “Last Riot”, LED installation “Connection Lost”, cyber behaviour game “Click I Hope”). Click here for detailed information (PR Russian Pavilion). The Russian Pavilion has been commissioned by Vasily Tsereteli, the acting Director of Moscow Museum of Modern Art and curated by Olga Sviblova, Director of the Multi-Media Art Centre in Moscow. Venice, June 8, 2007.
PS: See also the interview with Julia Milner: Julia Milner: Click I Hope / Russian Pavilion / 52nd Venice Biennale 2007.
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