Exhibition by artist Luda Kalinichenko <500> METERS_ONLINE opened on the site of young art START, SRC Winery on April 24. The installation presents art objects, digital and print images. In the center of the exhibition — a 16-metre painting, collected from printed frames of garbage.
Folk Artist Kalinichenko became a member of the project START on completion portfolio review in Yekaterinburg. Project START regularly holds public exhibitions of works by young authors in various regions of Russia to search for and identify new names and talents.
In his installation Luda reflects on the phenomenon of garbage — the physical trace left by a person in the real world. For several years the artist has removed the accumulated wastes it for the time spent online.
The main object of the exhibition — a 16-metre canvas of the printed image household waste. The exposition is complemented with printed and digital images and art objects.
Folk Kalinichenko, artist: “Two years ago, starting this project, I set a task to show its presence in two spaces at the same time, I wanted to bring a new unit of his condition. Now, I came to the conclusion that the importance of this project for me in the action. Through him I became real and on the background of total artisticaly established as an artist”.
Complete the 500-meter version of the banner available on the website: http://www.500metersonline.ru
Project <500> METERS_ONLINE — it's a kind of corridor, which was built by Ludmila Kalinichenko between reality and virtuality. Time spent online by the artist, turns into a documentation of images “waste” and becomes a real, natural landscape – a stream of images with a length of 500 meters. Thus, in the discursive model of post-no art it creates a link between the real and the virtual, making something that we usually do not pay attention, a key element of the exhibition. It is important to note that the problem of accumulation of domestic waste on our planet is becoming more and more frightening, which gives the exhibition another aspect of relevance