Complementing the lunar theme is the “Wishing Machine” installation. The lighting star climbs on the platform, then it falls. The random and subtle phenomenon that we call a shooting star has become industrialized and subject to the will of the mechanism, not the space. Nevertheless, Tishkov brings the visitors closer to a miracle and encourages them to engage in a dialogue with our desires, depriving the shooting star of its hanger. On the wall, the artist wrote a question asking what DO you really want. Previous desires are contested, and new ones surrender to the general atmosphere of the exhibition — dreaminess, calm, peace. And then your mind comes back into reality under a stream of contemplating and meditative music.
Installation “Houses-wanderers” becomes a visual demonstration of the harmony and tranquility of the world in peace. A small village in winter, glimmering windows and shapes of people, — this image expands to sizes comparable with a city, region, country, continent, all the world. These are small figures though, no more than 3,5 inch. Video-installation “Migration of people into space” invites visitors to come into a long room with a lot of black-and-white portraits in oval frame.