Installations, interactive digital works, texts, video etc. Can include both interactive virtual exhibition and physical representation along with some documentation.
Bureaucracy of Miracle (2014-2023) is a synthetic bureaucratic horror project dedicated to the spheres of human existence, for which sacred and bureaucratic discourses are fighting. War, death, money, power, law, art and even miracles, they are spoken about both in sermons and in regulations. At the same time, both discourses elude the existential dimension of these things, accessible only to a solitary person. The project is presented as a virtual journey that starts from the distant future, in which the participant is invited, for example, to engage in such a bureaucratic procedure as the canonization of miracles, learn about martyrs and the place of art in the world of the future, in which the power belongs to ... the church? Religious party dictatorship? A chorus of dubious voices? Or maybe we are in heaven, and these are angels? Gradually approaching our days, the viewer learns about the confrontation between frogs and wasps. The images of wasps and frogs appear in the project as political metaphors. Documentation of my political actions and photographs from propaganda events served as material for some of the works. One of the rooms, depicting the assembly hall of some cultural institution or school, is entirely devoted to my research into how the sphere of culture in today’s Russia becomes an instrument of war. The final scene — The Hellin’s Square — loops the project, representing either an apocalyptic scene of falling into hell, or a revolutionary act.The vitual presentation of this project is built using Pannellum Panorama Viewer by Matthew Petroff.