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Eva Arakcheeva’s work on the VII MOSCOW INTERNATIONAL BIENNALE FOR YOUNG ART

Eva Arakcheeva’s “Venus vs User” from the “Shooter” series is participating in Special Project of the VII Moscow International Biennale for Young Art. The project builds around the idea of the “map of human nature” and is an attempt to project modern human consciousness in the scale of a single exhibition. According to the curator’s idea, each hall is a certain level of human knowledge. The exhibition begins with the knowledge of the “external”, that is, our life in physical space. Next, it is proposed to make a journey “deep” — to the essence of human nature.

Photo: Eva Arakcheeva, Venus vs User, 2016-2019, oil on canvas, 130 x 200 cm.
Posted on: October 5, 2020
Human Nature Map, Special Project of the VII Biennale of Young Art, ROSIZO, Moscow, 2020

Eva Arakcheeva’s “Venus vs User” from the “Shooter” series is participating in Special Project of the VII Moscow International Biennale for Young Art. 

The project builds around the idea of the “map of human nature” and is an attempt to project modern human consciousness in the scale of a single exhibition. According to the curator’s idea, each hall is a certain level of human knowledge. The exhibition begins with the knowledge of the “external”, that is, our life in physical space. Next, it is proposed to make a journey “deep” — to the essence of human nature.

The viewer will be able to make a “Map of Human Nature” by connecting the meanings suggested by the artists in their works, which are located in the halls: “Zero Point”,” Body”, “Life inside the Body. Immersion”, “Common Place”, “Essence”.

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