Wasted Generation: freedom in borderlines
Rita Caterpillar (Paris, France),
Anna Sodaz (Abu Dhabi, UAE)
& Kristina Koleda in a framework of D.U.S.T. archival project.
EXISTENTIAL DRAMA ABOUT IDIOTS
Both funny and scary comic documentary about punk rockers on tour, yet a real vehicle transporting all these so-called-people in space and time, and sometimes beyond them.
Rock and roll, weapons, women, airplanes, but most importantly, rusty cars of large sizes and shapes.
"Art-Raiders", a conglomerate of artists who mixed instant art with flea market.
"There's no death!", "Malevich was too dark!" - that's obvious by expositions in the gallery-winery "OKNO" (by Dmitry Dulfan & Sergey Poliakov) or even more ambitious - in Gusev's own gallery "NORMA", worth to be locked with a key.
Everyone who looks into Odesa for too long becomes an Odesite.
Ades and his army of souls Haunt the Parisian capital, for those who know how to see them they will end up appearing, in ever more unexpected places, sometimes in the street, on walls, mailboxes, on trucks or in places the most immovable such as on the roofs or certain Parisian facades but also in the metro tunnels or those of the ring road, in the catacombs or in the most cramped corners of the capital. Ades transforms the city into a playground and exploration, the walls, street furniture, and underground spaces which no longer hold any secrets for him have become galleries for these paintings and graffiti. He offers us his own representation of souls featuring ghostly characters all similar but with their own identities in an often unusual urban universe offering an infinite number of settings. Sometimes they are covered and disappear but, despite everything, they seem to reappear, ever more numerous. By freeing his spectral character from physical and gravitational constraints, Ades defends his freedom outside the frame beyond the limits of the architect behind doors closed to the public, in the air or underground and includes himself in the collective environment leaving behind him the trace of his passages.