Look Above,
the Sky is Falling

MYTH is pleased to announce a group exhibition “Look Above, The Sky is Falling” as the first show of the gallery. Reception date – 29 May, 19:00pm.

The exhibition aims to demonstrate a way of the orientation of a man inside a chaotic: half-real half-immeasurable society. The title quotation is taken from the article of the same name by Pedro Neves Marques, a Portuguese artist, and writer from New York who develops concepts of new anthropology and cosmology. It denotes here the current state of society, which is facing the fundamental changes and the need to redefine itself. The project proposes a method of this redefinition by measurement against values ​​of different scales: micro-, macro-, and mega- systems of the world.

Today, there are, conditionally, two ways of life: material and thus visible and measurable, and informational, virtual, immeasurable, where a person extends outside himself as a ME ++ system. “Immeasurable” society is a new commonplace which one needs to get used to. But in order to understand it, we still have to determine where we are now. Look above and see if the sky is falling.

Anna Zavediy

Alexander Sedelnikov
Accelerate, 2019. C-print,
121,16x105,92 см.
Alexander Sedelnikov
Accelerate, 2019. C-print,
121,16x105,92 см.