V-Art has selected my work for the first exhibition on a digital Art Spaceship that will be launched on their platform in March.
Watch this space for more news from me about the project.
Well, my project won the competition, but I refused to sign a legal document written in Ukrainian (which I can not read), and to send sensitive personal identifying information to V-Art’s trash email address. So they took my project down again. I might write a blog post about this outrageous business later.
I still own my work and my full ID. You can see the award winning project “The End of the World as we know it” here, and from 8.-28. March you can see it if you are in Chicago, where it is part of Roman Susan’s Streetlight.
The End of the World as we know it is featured in Streetlight 2021, a group video project organized by Roman Susan. Works by 35 artists will be projected at a storefront location 1224 W Loyola Ave, Chicago, IL, USA, visible directly from the street during the afternoon and evening.
Some good news as MANIFESTO | RED – II, MANIFESTO | BLACK – II, and The End of the World as we know it, are featured in Word Revolt VR 1. Nov. – 14. Nov. Word Revolt VR is an exhibition in Virtual Reality from Word Revolt Art Gallery, Atlantic Beach, FL, USA.
May 27 – June 14 I am participating in an exhibition at CICA Museum, Gimpo, South Korea. CICA Experimental Film and Video 2020 is showing works from two of my projects, The End of the World as we know it and the 5 first videos from MANIFESTO.
There is more information about the exhibition on CICA Museum’s website where the catalogue is also available for download.