1 thought on “Russian Pavilion

  1. Kimberly Berlinghoff

    I truely enjoyed the video exhibit.
    It was visually stimulating but disturbing. There seemed to be a controlled violence in the presentation; at the same time there was a sensual quality in the individuals portrayed.

    The chaotic collection of individual fast moving pictures reminded me of our lives. We move through life individually but intertwined.

    The water exhibit while showing an undulating, almost hypnotic movement, seemed more of a science experiment than an art exhibit.

    I especialiy liked what seemed to me to be a depiction of driving through life viewing everything through the windshield. The car being us as individuals, and the windshield depicting our eyes.


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