Exhibition by Herman Lavrovsky "Reborn" Automatic translate
с 3 Марта
по 4 Апреля
Тверская ул., 3
Gallery "Alisa", Cube.Moscow, 2nd floor of The Ritz-Carlton, Moscow
The personal exhibition of Herman Lavrovsky about Reborn is devoted to the study of the queer hypothesis about the future prototyping of the relationship of care and upbringing based on post-digital means.
The exhibition will include objects and videos. The central subject of the exposition is "Reborn", a posthuman infant, 3d-sculpture, embedded in video and computer graphics and intended for online and offline social life.
The research Shelter: Reborn, on which the artist has been working for three years, is based around a community of lovers of reborn dolls - toy babies made in a hyper-realistic manner from ordinary toys or blanks. Having originated in the 1990s, this hobby has formed an entire industry and a large community, intensively exchanging experiences of caring for such dolls and sharing the process of their manufacture, primarily on social networks.
German Lavrovsky strives to create a new hospitable space for Reborn, providing him with protection and the opportunity to develop. The project refers to psychoanalytic and feminist experiments with non-family bonds of proximity and social reproduction in revolutionary Russia at the beginning of the 20th century, which included the work of the Experimental Laboratory of International Solidarity Vera Schmidt and the work of one of the founders of psychological analysis, teacher and psychoanalyst Sabina Spielrein.
The curator of the exhibition is Yegor Sofronov.
About the artist:
German Lavrovsky (born 1995, Moscow) works with issues of posthumanism, care, reproduction and prototyping of the future. In his work, the artist, who has gone from fashion and self-design codes to post-digital plastic art, turns to both modern figurative render economies and historical experiments with post-nuclear family unions. All of the artist’s works are posted on public online platforms and distributed according to the principles of open source and free replication. Lives and works in Moscow.
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