LABORATORIA Art&Science Foundation opens a new space in the West Wing of New Tretyakovka. The exhibition program LABORATORIA will start on the 9th of June 2020 by the exhibition “May the Other Live in Me” with 10 large-scale projects which will be exploring the possibilities of dialogue with non-human agents: animals, plants and autonomous machines. Among the artists who participate in the project are: Marina Abramovic (Serbia-Russia), Art Orienté objet (France), Agnes Meyer-Brandis (Germany), Thomas Feuerstein (Austria), the creative association “Where Dogs Run” (Russia), Saša Spačal (Slovenia), ::Vtol:: (Russia), Natalya Fedorova, Elena Nikonole (Russia) and others.
Dear friends! Merry Christmas and Happy New Year 2020!
In 2020, we open a new venue of LABORATORIA Art&Science Foundation in partnership with The State Tretyakov Gallery and its new space in the West Wing of New Tretyakovka.
We intend to surprise and inspire you again with our new art & science exhibitions, conferences and experiments.
We would be delighted to see you at our new home to generate new ideas together!
15-16.11.19 in Beijing, China took hold the International Conference on Education, Art, Science and Technology - CAFA EAST. One of the participants has been Daria Parkhomenko the director and curator of LABORATORIA Art&Science, who made a presentation at the “Re-creating Science” session. Daria's speech was about the methodology of a transdisciplinary collaboration of scientists and artists in Russia: from techno-optimism of the 1960s to contemporary critical art. She spoke traditions of scientific and artistic synthesis in Russia and an author’s methodology of the LABORATORIA Art & Science Foundation, which creates an ecosystem where contemporary art and progressive science collide for new scientific and artistic works that could change the view of life.