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'Internet of Animals' in Khodynka Gallery

Visit the international exhibition 'Internet of Animals' at Khodynka Gallery, featuring works by 13 Russian and foreign artists.

Nature and technology have always been opposed to each other, and since the 20th century, progress has been perceived as a threat to all life. However, things will change in the future. German publicist Alexander Pschera is developing a project of Interspecies Internet in his study 'Internet of Animals’, the exhibition owes its name to. He suggests using bioregistrators, special sensors and digital technology to introduce animals to social media and other digital formats. The publicist believes that animals will fit perfectly into electronic communication, as they already have their own information system, the best in the world, and the famous sixth sense.

Six foreign artists from Germany, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom and the United States reflect on this issue in their works. These include Melanie Bonajo, Jacob Kudsk Steensen, Jenna Sutela, Emilio Vavarella, the Mycological Twist project (Anne de Boer and Eloïse Bonneviot), Miriam Simun, and seven young Russian artists: Yulia Vergasova, Yekaterina Popovich, Alisa Smorodina, Sofa Skidan, Yelena Nikonole, Anastasia Kizilova and 'The Museum of Everlasting Amusements' team.

Visit the international exhibition 'Internet of Animals' at Khodynka Gallery, featuring works by 13 Russian and foreign artists.

Nature and technology have always been opposed to each other, and since the 20th century, progress has been perceived as a threat to all life. However, things will change in the future. German publicist Alexander Pschera is developing a project of Interspecies Internet in his study 'Internet of Animals’, the exhibition owes its name to. He suggests using bioregistrators, special sensors and digital technology to introduce animals to social media and other digital formats. The publicist believes that animals will fit perfectly into electronic communication, as they already have their own information system, the best in the world, and the famous sixth sense.

Six foreign artists from Germany, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom and the United States reflect on this issue in their works. These include Melanie Bonajo, Jacob Kudsk Steensen, Jenna Sutela, Emilio Vavarella, the Mycological Twist project (Anne de Boer and Eloïse Bonneviot), Miriam Simun, and seven young Russian artists: Yulia Vergasova, Yekaterina Popovich, Alisa Smorodina, Sofa Skidan, Yelena Nikonole, Anastasia Kizilova and 'The Museum of Everlasting Amusements' team.

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