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Artist-in-Residence: Dmitry Morozov (en)

Dmitry Morozov ::vtol:: Stupa
Mechanical sound installation


About the project

During his one month residency at Ljudmila Dmitry Morozov ::vtol:: produced a first machine called Stupa in a row of a new project series, which explores and engages topics such as gravity, stability, chaos and self-organisation. The machine itself operates in two different states - stability and chaos. As soon as the machine reaches stable phase, it changes to unsteady, chaos phase, and vice versa, keeping the machine in the continuous loop between this two stages indefinitely. The machine is a equipt with a digital gyroscope, which is providing the system information on its position in space and translates machine's movements into the sound.



SEPT 22, 8PM @ Cirkulacija 2, Ljubljana
Organised by Cirkulacija 2 ::vtol:: performed his AV piese for 4 notebook screens and 1 smartphone.

Clicker Workshop

SEPT 26 & 26 @ Rampa Lab, Ljubljana

Final presentation

SEPT 29, 6PM @ Ljudmila Lab, Slovenska 54, Ljubljana

About the artist

Dmitry Morozov aka ::vtol:: is a Moscow-based media artist. He focuses on technological art: robotics, sound art, and science art. Dmitry took part in the 4th Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art, the Archstoyanie (Nikola-Lenivets) and CTM (DE) festivals, and exhibitions at such prominent venues as NCCA (Moscow), MMOMA (Moscow), Central Exhibition Hall Manege (Moscow), Laboratoria Art & Science Space (Moscow), Electromuseum (Moscow), Garage Museum of Contemporary Art (Moscow), ZKM (DE), and Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art (US). He is the laureate of the Sergei Kuryokhin Prize (St.Petersburg, 2013) and Prix Cube (FR, 2014). Dmitry received honorable mentions at the VIDA 16.0 (ES, 2014), Prix Ars Electronica (AT, 2015) and Honorary Mention in Digital Musics & Sound (Ars Electronica, 2017).

Residency is supported by the Slovene Ministry of Culture (in the co-production with Zavod Projekt Atol), MOL – Department for Culture and JSKD.