Where to store things? For us, it is a problem, namely as an artistic one: we try not to produce art objects precisely because we have no place. We felt this especially deeply when we had most of our belongings just to bury because they didn't fit on the plane. Among them were notebooks, graphics, musical instruments, and all our paintings. For six months in the ground, things have ceased to be what they were before. Water, temperature drops, bacteria, and other factors began to turn them into the soil so successfully that after the deconstruction of installation we had to throw everything away except few paintings covered with the perfect German Gesso.
Space and Time
Leaving Moscow in the fall of 2018, Marika Krasina and Anton Kryvulia had buried their personal belongings (that could no fit in the plane) in a field at the Moscow River source. After six months, they dug them up and mounted them as a weight for the strings’ tension.