Monthly Archives: March 2010

Robert Millikan on the future

Robert Andrews Millikan was an American physicist awarded with the Nobel Prize for the measurement of the charge on the electron and the studies of photoelectric effect. He of course believes in science, and scientific method as the key driver … Continue reading

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Art probes of the impossible futures

Next day I went to the Winzavod (literally Wine Plant), in the past a real winery, or rather a wine-producing factory, and currently one of the largest centers of contemporary art in Moscow, an agglomeration of art galleries, shops, workshop … Continue reading

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Play the games of transception for real

The reason for my trip to Moscow was an understandable desire to be present at the opening of my own exhibition – One Map, Two Routs, hosted by the Museum of Architecture. I managed to miss its first incarnation in … Continue reading

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Urban Quests

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True art as a portal to the future

When in St.Petersburg I managed to go to the Russian Museum where (in its so called Marble Palace building, on the Neva River bank) was a very interesting exposition on display, of the Russian artist group called New Painters (Novye … Continue reading

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New Painters: Memory of the Future

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Doing lecturing on the futures, in St.Petersburg

I wrote earlier, albeit very briefly, that I am working on the presentation for the Russian Union of Designers. Well, yesterday came the day when I had to present what I prepared 🙂 The whole idea of this lecture was … Continue reading

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Exploring Future by Design

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Russian Avant-Garde Symposium in Vanabbe Museum

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Russian Avant-Garde in Vanabbe

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