EXHIBITIONS AND PROJECTS

Lampa studio welcomes young artists and curators to collaborate. We’re looking for fresh ideas and creative thoughts to realize them in our experimental space. Projects may be in any format and goes along with installations, objects of art, multimedia, digital, video, photography and performances. You can have an opportunity to organize workshops, lectures and presentations.

 

Send your resumes with descriptions of your ideas to art@lampastudio.org

lampa studio may become a starting ground to your glorious future in art!

THE WRONG. Psychedelic Invasion
Alexander Roytburd
Open Archive of Ukrainian media art
27 January / 31 January 2016
 

Alexander Roytburd’s video art is no less valuable for the history of Ukrainian contemporary art than his paintings. The artist had been working in the new media sphere for 10 years — from 1995 to 2005. During this period his video art became the "face" of the Ukrainian media art in the world. It was exhibited in galleries of Europe and America. And the work "Psychedelic invasion of the Battleship Potemkin in the Sergey Eisenstein's tautological hallucinosis" took part in the main program of the 49th Venice Biennale and was included to the video art collection of MoMA (New York).

 

The independent research project Open Archive of Ukrainian media art and lampastudio presented the unique Skype lecture based on the archive's content.  During the lecture Ianina Prudenko, curator and researcher of new media arts, introduced major periods of the history of Ukrainian new media art, three generations of media artists and five main centres. The lecture also comprised the screening of artworks from the collection of Open Archive.

 

This project is a part of The Wrong — New Digital Art Biennale..

THE WRONG. Recombining Memories
Alberto Harres
16 January / 24 January 2016
 

"This work in processing program technic proposes to create an experience of the feedback of memories during the time I spent in Russia. It is a live automatic visualization that recombines fragments of images and text, in a dream-like feedback experience. The text is automatically generated from a vocabulary of word from some sentences in Russian that I could write and fragments from diverse poetry that were going through my head at the time. It simulates an experience of being immersed in a language I didn't quite understand".

 

The project is a part of The Wrong — New Digital Art Biennale.

THE WRONG. Short films
Sergey Kovalsky, Marlena Promna, Krzysztof Skarbek,
Michal Sikorski, Marta Borgosz
23 December / 30 December 2015
 

A video group of four short films was proposed to the lampa studio's program for The Wrong digital art biennale by "Pushkinskaya-10" art center. Works by Krzysztof Skarbek, Michal Sikorski, Marta Borgosh and Marlena Promna were selected by curators of the Museum of Nonconformist Art and took part in the collective exhibition of artists of the Wroclaw Academy of Art and Design "Painting off Painting" in 2015. Besides the Polish masters, the project involves
one of the key artists of the "Pushkinskaya-10" Sergey Kovalsky, representing his painting series "Color of music"
in video format.

 

Short video translation takes place in the exhibition of photographs by Dmitry Shubin from the series "People and Streets".

 

The project is a part of The Wrong — New Digital Art Biennale.

From the series "People and Streets"

From the series "People and Streets"

2015, photography

From the series "People and Streets"

From the series "People and Streets"

2015, photography

From the series "People and Streets"

From the series "People and Streets"

2015, photography

From the series "People and Streets"

From the series "People and Streets"

2015, photography

From the series "People and Streets"

From the series "People and Streets"

2015, photography

From the series "People and Streets"

From the series "People and Streets"

2015, photography

THE WRONG. People and Streets
Dmitry Shubin
9 December / 20 December 2015
 

The project ''People and Streets'' is about the reconstruction of the visual and sound atmosphere of Saint-Petersburg. Series of photos by Dmitry Shubin present the portraits of the passers-by who are walking across the various streets in St Petersburg. Some of them are in a hurry, others are wading being lost in their thoughts.

 

The point of the poject is an eventuality. It is the basic way of the composition of all images and of the exposition itself. Prints of different sizes are chaotically exhibited all over the space at the lampa studio, at various heights without any traditional symmetry. The photography story is accompanied by video and the Surround Sound installation that transmits the noise of the city: a roar of the engines, footsteps, people’s voices. All sounds together create a symphony of streets. 

 

The project is a part of The Wrong — New Digital Art Biennale.

From the series "Superconductor" — 1

From the series "Superconductor" — 1

From the series "Superconductor" — 2

From the series "Superconductor" — 2

Fragment from the "Superconductor"

Fragment from the "Superconductor"

From the series "Superconductor" — 3

From the series "Superconductor" — 3

Fragment from the "Superconductor"

Fragment from the "Superconductor"

THE WRONG. The Superconductor
Artemy Alexeev
18 November / December, 2015
 

A human, a machine, a city are three main components of the sensibale life on the Earth. This project is about assimilation of these three components, each of them could be considered as the superconductor. A man as a superconductor of the civilization progress, a machine as the superconductor of the human mind and a city as a superconductor of the process on integration of  people and machines.

 

Three walls of the lampa studio are covered with three big pieces by Artemy Alexeev, so the spectator could find himself in the centre of some new reality. These three pieces are photos that were changed in digital way. They present the glaringly illuminated facade of the famous building in the historical center of St. Petersburg — Ciniselli's Circus. The artist took photos of this architectural piece of the XIX century at night, so the colorful illumination of the building looks very bright and crazy on the background of the dark sky. Then the artist modified the images trying to imagine what the art will look like if it is created by machine or artificial intelligence. Printed on the plexiglas this multicolor collage reminds the mosaic. Coming closer the spectator could see all the architectural details of the facade.

 

The project is a part of The Wrong — New Digital Art Biennale.

THE WRONG. The Noise of the City
Alexander Antipin
1 November / 15 November, 2015
 

Impressed by visit of the Central Astronomical Observatory of the Russian Academy of Sciences at Pulkovo and by classical soviet fantastic movies (“The Andromeda Nebula”, “Planet of the Storms”) St. Petersburg artist Alexander Antipin has decided to create a project “The Noise of the City”.

 

The starting idea was that the Pulkovo is not only scientific and technical complex for observing stars, but also a great panoramic point from which the whole city can be seen at glance. The artist shows this place as kind of zero zone, which combines two noises. The first one is the noise of outer space. The second one is the noise of the city.

 

Displayed in the gallery the video and the sound combine these two forms of noise. The first video stream shows the observatory with radio telescopes, the second one — the city with its buildings, highways and airports. In the exhibition video art is complemented by works of computer graphics. This project is a part of The Wrong New Digital Art Biennale.

The Noise of the City

The Noise of the City

Computer graphics, print, 25х64 cm, 2015

The Noise of the City

The Noise of the City

Computer graphics, print, 25х45 cm, 2015

The Noise of the City

The Noise of the City

Computer graphics, print, 25х44 cm, 2015

The Noise of the City

The Noise of the City

Computer graphics, print, 27х44,5 cm, 2015

From POP to ART
Roman Reznitsky
29 August / 24 October, 2015

 

Roman makes his artworks on the verge of painting, graphics and design. Massive strokes of thick acrylic paint make a relief on canvas. Decorative shapes are drawn with clear-cut lines. Silhouettes and color contrasts evoke optical illusions.

 

Roman’s paintings are full of ironical erotism which bears a strong resemblance to pop-art samples and translates them into modern language of smartphones and social networks. It is not accidental that the most favorite Reznitsky’s artist is Roy Lichtenstein

 

Blah Blah Blah

Blah Blah Blah

Acrylic on canvas, 100х100, 2015

Self-Portrait

Self-Portrait

Acrylic on canvas, 100х100, 2015

Wash'em'Clean

Wash'em'Clean

Acrylic on canvas, 80х80, 2015

Heartbreaker

Heartbreaker

Acrylic on canvas, 100х100, 2015

Two

Two

Acrylic on canvas, 90х90, 2015

Kiss

Kiss

Acrylic on canvas, 70х70, 2014

Heat

Heat

Acrylic on canvas, 110х100, 2015

Italy

Italy

Acrylic on canvas, 80х80, 2014

Dream

Dream

Acrylic on canvas, 70х70, 2014

Pipal

Pipal

Oil on canvas, 100х100, 2015

April

April

Oil on canvas, 60х70, 2011

Cloud

Cloud

Oil on canvas, 30х40, 2015

Ducks

Ducks

Oil on canvas, 100х120, 2014

Сalendar

Сalendar

Oil on canvas, 70х90, 2014

Fossil

Fossil

Oil on canvas, 80х100, 2014

Untitled

Untitled

Oil on canvas, 80х60, 2011

NOISE
Anastasia Kuznetsova
 8 August / 27 August, 2015

 

Anastasia works as an abstract painter. Her creative method is more analytical than instinctive. Anastasia divides forms into separate color molecules or grains. It makes the surfaces of paintings vibrate.

 

The artist tries to get away from clear confines and sharp conversions. These canvases look like the images we see during strongly squinting. Every detail of object penetrates into another, transforming the physical substance into color one.

(No) Preconceptions!
Serj Kirchano
16 May / 25 June, 2015
 

The big series of artist's works is called "(No) Preconceptions!". The audience is perplexed by alien creatures in the city landscapes. One of them is gathering the stars from the sky. Another one tries to swallow city-dwellers and to shout one's head off. Strange lads paint sky standing on the roof. Has the world gone mad? "No Preconceptions!" — is the artist's answer. Discard all your ideas about reality. Just imagine an unidentified flying object touched down close to St. Isaac's Cathedral or painted rainbow highlighted the sky.

The drawings from the new series "The Outskirts" are also inserted in the exhibition. There are the stories about events of outlying districts of Serj Kirchano's world. The pictures are carried out at the same format and technics – markers on etching paper. 

(No) Preconceptions!

(No) Preconceptions!

Original print, 75х115 cm, 2015

Grandson of Charlie Chaplin

Grandson of Charlie Chaplin

Paper, pencils, markers, 20х16 cm, 2012

Self-portrait

Self-portrait

Etching paper/markers, 56х76 cm, 2015

More Coffee

More Coffee

Etching paper/markers, 56х76 cm, 2015

Ludovik-3000

Ludovik-3000

Etching paper/markers, 33х50 cm, 2015

Wabbland

Wabbland

Etching paper/markers, 56х76 cm, 2015

San-Francisco

San-Francisco

Etching paper/markers, 66х100 cm, 2014-2015

The Way We Live

The Way We Live

Etching paper/markers, 50х70 cm, 2014

What You See Is What You Get
Lylov Ivan
27 June / 6 August, 2015

 

Compositions developed towards forming the new space. The material for this has been taken from a number of spaces artist has been to for the period of few months.

 

Together with figures teared out from photos found in family albums, this interiors and landscapes form new spaces for no reason but playing for its own sake.

Untitled

Untitled

Wallpaper/mixed media, 30х44 cm, 2015

Untitled

Untitled

Wallpaper/mixed media, 30х44 cm, 2015

Untitled

Untitled

Wallpaper/mixed media, 30х44 cm, 2015

Untitled

Untitled

Wallpaper/mixed media, 44х30 cm, 2015

Untitled

Untitled

Wallpaper/mixed media, 44х30 cm, 2015.

Untitled

Untitled

Wallpaper/mixed media, 44х30 cm, 2015

Untitled

Untitled

Wallpaper/mixed media, 30х44 cm, 2015

Untitled

Untitled

Wallpaper/mixed media, 30х44 cm, 2015

 

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