A present-day reality perceived as hypercomplex appears in the art works deconstructed into parts, where forces and conditions, facts and fiction meet. The name 'Kolobok' refers to a Russian fairy tale about the lost time. It looks like we have lost the time again, and the return of the past forms shape new spatial and temporal dimensions, changing the tide of history.
“Our time unexpectedly easily swaps the archaic and the supernova, the unexpected and the traditional, the ordinary and the unique. Through this communication foam of days, forgotten, and at the same time familiar patterns emerge more and more clearly: archetypes, primary structures,” curator and ICA’s rector Stas Shuripa notes.