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Somewhere in November last year, I saw on YouTube a presentation of the Mechtyt's “Falling Shadow” art project at the Venice Biennale. Inside the aircraft there will be an HDD disk with information about all contemporary artists who have agreed to take part in the project. At the presentation, many questions were asked for which vague answers were: whether the Dream plane is in working condition, is there permission for the air corridor on Venice, is there really a shadow from the plane at high altitude, etc. In general, this hype bloated for months in the art community by social networks. And then I realized for sure that the plane would not fly, then the idea was born to dissolve a huge bearded fake in paints on a canvas, conceptually depicting the flight of the “Dream's Drop” shadow.
Print:Giclee on Fine Art Paper
Size:12 W x 8 H x 0.1 D in
Size with Frame:17.25 W x 13.25 H x 1.2 D in
Ready to Hang:Yes
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Born in 1965 in New Bug, Ukraine. Studied Deprpetrovskoe State Art School named Vucetic (1983-86), the National Academy of Fine Arts and Architecture (1986-93). Lives and works in Kiev. The main content and essence of creativity of Igor Konovalov - the sphere of communication in the modern society. For two decades the artist explores and visualizes the processes of interaction between a man and art as well as powerful influence on the society of information flows. Igor Konovalov notes the existence of modern and fast-paced space of invisible particles of information. These particles convey the infinite and unique in its speed digital data stream that conquered the whole world. Never before humanity had such an instantaneous transmission of information. The artist invites the viewer to see current information of a particle in the form of "bunnies" - quick and swift in reproduction in their distribution. Their moving images fill the entire space of modern life. The artist painted the first of these forms in 2008, defining them as angels of the new information world. Igor Konovalov has not only translated the information into dynamic, memorable forms but also has given it pulsating color energy. The artist's painting differs by refined harmony. Igor Konovalov is great in the magic of color, using the full range of modern pigments, creating the rich contrasts on the paintings and the subtle nuances of the color combinations. Now the information intervention continues. But the "bunnies"of Igor Konovalov bring light and joy because the right to choose information is left to a man. Olga Konovalova, Ph.D. in History of Arts
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