nekogda
EXHIBITION OF STUDENT PROJECTS
DIGITAL ART MASTERS PROGRAM
«No time to say hello,
no time to say goodbye»
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The social life of people has changed with the development of technology. A lot of processes and interactions have been moved from physical to virtual environments. In 2021, we will have to admit that online life has become an integral part of our existence.

But our dreams of large-scale and realistic 3D-spaces across the Web have not yet come true. Efficiency demanded a fast, simple and reliable solution for human integration into the virtual world. Online conferencing tools using only a webcam, microphone, and screen sharing have proliferated. The standard time limit (40 minutes) of the online platform Zoom is able to make such virtual events more similar to physical ones and make a person appreciate the most valuable and limited resources - time and attention. After all, it is impossible to visit and immerse yourself in the atmosphere of all the proposed videoconferences, just as in the physical world it is impossible to be present in several rooms at the same time. It is this experience that we want to transfer to the virtual space.

In the context of a pandemic and distancing, the usual forms of organizing the exhibition space are no longer in demand and no longer meet the social requirements. NEKOGDA changes the idea of an exhibition as a specific place for the physical placement of works. The presented works are scattered: they are in different locations and are brought together to one point using technology.

We invite you to the NEKOGDA exhibition, where artists will present their work in the form of time-limited online calls, thereby indicating the value of a resource - time.

– Alexandra Kustavinova, Alina Ross
Exhibition curators:
Alina Ross, Alexandra Kustavinova

Exhibitors:
Vlad Kononkov, Kostya Dyachkov, Alexandra Kustavinova, Alina Ross, Polina Aleschenko, Maxim IMANOU Fadeev, Alexander Serechenko, Ekaterina Pryanichnikova, Daria Goffman, Natalia Okisheva
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