100 способов прожить минуту

Media Quarantine

Artists and curators share their own methods for taming time


Petr Kirusha

"Afterparty" (2012)

While creating his performance, the Russian artist Petr Kirusha wondered how it feels to have fun when you have no idea what awaits you tomorrow


Alexandra Mitlyanskaya

"When I Am Home Alone" (2020)

Curator, specialist of the Baltic Branch of the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts (NCCA Kaliningrad) Alexandra Artamonova and Russian artist Alexandra Mitlyanskaya propose to slow down and to immerse in the contemplation of the life of those memorable things that fill the house of each of us.


Sergey Katran

Parts of David” (2020)

In his video work, a Russian artist Sergey Katran investigates the possibilities of representation and perception of the most replicated parts of Michelangelo's “David” which is considered among the most famous statues in the world.


Natalia Toropitsyna

In progress. Schrödinger’s Code, or New SARS-dom Chronicles (2020 – on-going)

Russian artist Natalia Toropitsyna turns to the language of calligraphy and wonders what meaning our mind finds in numbers


Giuliana Cunéaz

With Her Sand Wasp

Giuliana Cunéaz, an Italian media artist, tells a story of her peculiar neighbour whom she found in the library, and shares the way the uninvited guest helped her to finish an artwork


Gino Rubert

suggests looking in “Der Spiegel” (2020)

Gino Rubert, a Spanish artist of Mexican origin, creates a metaphorical self-portrait in the mirrors and invites everyone to follow his advice to look into one’s inner world



Quarantinetrains (graffitis versus passengers)” (2020)

Miralda, a multidisciplinary artist from Spain, offers his window as a tv-screen to connect with the outside watching empty trains passing by


Taj Forer

Some Things Never Change” (2020)

American photographer Taj Forer shares his research of new logic of time exploring (un)changing nature

Luchezar Boyadjiev

Moscow needs a lift (to grow up)” (2014–2020)

Bulgarian artist Luchezar Boyadjiev invites everyone to join him on his trip to Moscow from his childhood memories. What is the last time you used your memory as a time machine?

“Our junk has become art. Our junk has become history” (from S. Sontag. On Photography)

Contemplations of Sergei Nikolaev

Photographer Sergei Nikolaev looks 30 years back in time and shares the NONsterile prints of his photographic junk. What is he going to find there? NONsterile, NONdigital print left junk after itself...


Kirstine Roepstorff

Sand” (2020)

What it feels like to be in the middle of a sandstorm? What awaits us when the sand settles? What is the world around us going to be? Danish media artist Kirstine Roepstorff sets the viewer up for reflection on the future in her lyrical sketch


Nedko Solakov and His Body Control

How can wiggling ears save a life? Bulgarian artist Nedko Solakov offers an ironic response to the horror of the pandemic and trains non-obvious muscles of the body. And what parts of your body can you wiggle?


“Monitoring the Rotation of the Earth on the Sofa” (2020)

from Elena Gubanova

How do planets move? Elena Gubanova, artist from Saint Petersburg, finds an answer to that questions with an experiment conducted without leaving a couch. What discoveries can you make staying in a comfortable position?


Find sanctuary in oneself:

new ways to meditate

Curator of the Cosmoscow Foundation for Contemporary Art Alexander Burenkov tells about contemporary artists and online-services offering new formats of solo and collective meditative practices


Anatomy of the Minute

by Cristina Lucas

Spanish media artist Cristina Lucas reflects on the base for the division of time, counting in dozens during one minute even parts of it, and shows the maximum amount of issues that our hands can count


The Step of the Artist

by Semyon Alexandrovsky

Master of interaction with the audience Semyon Alexandrovsky offers an instruction to become an artist through a series of simple steps