You might remember the show “Bacteria mon Amour !”, a series of funny drawings playing around the theme “each of us has a kind of sickness that we can’t get rid of”, and presented at Galerie Stanislas Bourgain in Paris in december 2010.
With the same kind of irony that characterizes Russian contemporary art in general, and the 2 artists in particular, the art duo presents an absurd and unconventional exhibition, where there is no artwork to watch but all to experiment. A show that reminds the “Aeroplastic sculptures” of Yves Klein or Fischli&Weiss projects.
In the exhibition space, Elikuka suspended onto the ceiling all kinds of objects attached with strings and moved by roller blocks. Up to the visitors to keep or change the order. As in politics, whether you are a conservative or a protester, you want to keep or destroy the existing world order.
The show is on view at Regina Gallery in Moscow, from July 13th to August 31st, 2012.
More information about the show : training simulator of world order
More information about the artists : Elikuka