Museum fragments, glass and sound

No name objects

All our works are interventions in the space of the Kavaleridze Museum, designed to expand the space of exhibition meanings.

Object 1
Portrait of Nikolai Amosov by Ivan Kavaleridze. Gypsum, 1960s
Sound: heart cardiogram. Glass mask. Dynamic light.

Object 1

Object 2
Turntable for vinyl records.
Sound: Elegy. Romance performed by F. Shalyapin

Object 2

Object 3
Monument to Gregoryi Skovoroda for the Lokhvitsa city by Ivan Kavaleridze. Plexiglas, 1922.
Glass sink-headphones. The light

Object 3 Object 3

Object 4
Project of the monument to Taras Shevchenko for the Leningrad city by Ivan Kavaleridze. Bronze, 1944.
Sound: Noise Wind Mix. Glass tube

Object 4

Object 5
Monument to the Slavic enlighteners Kirill and Methodius under the project of Ivan Kavaleridze. Restored transition model. Gypsum, 1995.
Sound: whispers

Object 5

Object 6
Fire extinguisher. Glass

Object 6

Artist, curator, art-critic, and educator. Professor of the Architectural Design Department at the Belarusian National Technical University. Pavel’s main interests focus on contemporary visual arts and, in particular, on sculpture and site-specific art as well as art-glass.

Pavel Voynitsky

Pavel Voynitsky
Belarus

Sound cinema producer, active in the field of sound design in contemporary art.

Eugene Rogozin

Eugene Rogozin
Belarus