Surfers of the Apocalypse
All people on earth produce carbon dioxide and shoot short videos. We do the same. We drop such short videos, shot on a smartphone, into the archive. From that array, we render an endless random video stream. This stream can never be repeated, each time it presents a new version of the life.
Meeting place for Aliens
We were on the Documenta, and everything there seemed strange to us. We felt like people from another time and space, with completely different concerns and expectations. It was the same alienation at the Biennale in Venice in April. We shot a short film about this in the Back door Journalism style that we invented a few years earlier.
Suspended by C D Friedrich we used to go there to film that crop of the crazy view over Děčín having no idea what it was for. We started in the middle of February. Russian officials condemned the `West` in warmongering and disinformation, going to attack Ukraine one week later.
Office of Nonknowledge
Artists' work represents a ritual producing a particular form of being. This video captures two-months-workflow footage that finally collapsed into one working day, bringing unexpected heroes to the forefront.
New World is a performative expedition revealed by Marika Krasina and anton Krivula during the COVID-19 pandemic crisis in 2020 at uninhabited badlands. Finding themselves in relevant circumstances, artists discovered the virtual labyrinth in the realm of the dead, in which they were laying the tunnel communication.
Light in the Room
Video projected on the wall captures the projection of the text on the wall in the same room: “A thought turns into a digital code. The code transforms into the light, then reflects from the object’s surface. Refracted light, being recoded again. Then, after a while, it is released into a wall of the room.”
The video installation captures artists offstage by the light of text projection during Summer 2017.
The first model on the basis of the Six Stones Matrix was outlined by Marika Krasina and Anton in 2015.
Video from the Moving series, rendering the random circumstances of the life of artists in Moscow in February 2016.
We are the Watermelon Now!
Two years of constant drift were rendered in 18-minutes of slashing montage.