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The project “Everything Is Not What It Seems” is a sort of research laboratory, in which participants seek ways to externalize their own worlds by analyzing the historical, cultural, linguistic, and archaeological components of life today. The artistic strategies presented in the exhibition can be classified into a number of conceptual directions, from works with existing or reconstructed myths to those that construct their own fantasy landscapes and address new technological mythologies. The project also includes works by Tyumen artists, creating a space for dialogue between contemporary Ural and Siberian mythologies. The exhibition aims to show reality beyond the bounds of our ideas of it.
Supported by: the Government of the Tyumen region, SIBUR Holding, Museum and Education Association of Tyumen
Vladimir Abikh, Alexander Bazhenov, Dmitry Bulnygin, Evgeny Gavrilov, Andrey Garin, Kristina Gorlanova, Alisa Gorshenina, Gosha Elayev, Alexey Zhulikov, Liudmila Kalinichenko, Maria Kashkarova, Sergey Kiryakov, Viktor
Koryakin, Anastasia Krokhaleva, Irina Korina, Where Dogs Run, Vitaly Lazarenko, Krasil Makar, Mart, Alexandra Melnikova, Varenye Organism, Denis Perevalov, Ekaterina Poedinshchikova, Konstantin Roslyakov, Masha Sedyayeva, Ivan Snigiryov, Eva Solovey, Alexander Surikov, Andrey Syaylev, Maria Foot, Anya Cherepanova, Ustina Yakovleva, snd6174, U360