А project that brings together artworks from the
V–A–C Foundation’s collection, Renzo Piano’s architecture, and sound installations by Russian composers will open at GES-2 House of Culture.
Tuning-2 will see the dialogue between sound and architecture that was explored in the original Tuning project complemented by works of visual art from the
The Tuning-2 exhibition will seek to trace subtle, complex links between architecture, sound, and visual art. The sound installations that formed the original Tuning project will be joined by three new commissions created especially for
Over the course of the twentieth century, experiments with pure form and technologies liberated art from the necessity of imitating or influencing reality, taught artists to search for consonances between visual images and musical works, and redefined the role of the artist—where he had once been a creator and producer, he became an explorer
The artworks from the Foundation’s collection have been selected to highlight the connections between various mediums, time periods, and spaces on not just a visual level, but also an auditory, even tactile one. The visitor becomes a co-author, with artworks coming to life and changing as the eye falls on them.
Transitional forms of sculpture and painting—spanning the European and Russian avant-garde to contemporary artists—will be on display at
Chapter 1. Non-objectivity as new visual language
Chapter 2. Three-dimensional experiments
Chapter 3. On the threshold of the visible
Chapter 4. Practicing the collective gesture
Andrei Vasilenko, Andrey Parshikov, Dmitry Renansky, Karen Sarkisov, Elena Yaichnikova
Forms of Tenderness