Space became the main theme in the design of the hall of Media Center and Nature Center. Here you could see fragments of comics by the Bubble publisher from the “Meteora” and “Sokol” series. An important component of the design is digital painting by contemporary Russian artists and illustrators Alexei Andreev, Misha Niklash, Alexei Chebykin, Anton Medvedev, Denis Kornev, Natasha Taran. All of them rethink the themes of the Universe infinity, galactic flights and alien intelligence.
In March, four digital copies of works by Marina Fedorova from the COSMODREAMS project appeared in the hall of Media Center. The original works are made in oil and connected with different aspects of the perception of space.
“I wanted to create an idealistic utopia where beautiful women do not need spacesuits, unless these women are “stuck” on Earth,” notes Marina Fedorova.
Two of the four works continue in augmented reality. Using special QR code you can download an application that will take you to the virtual world of the “Conversation” and “Sunset” paintings.
The work “Queen Anne’s Lace” by Sveta Dorosheva brought some fairy tale motives into Media Center. The artist makes illustrations for books and is deeply passionate about myths and fairy tales. In her paintings, Sveta combines mythical and traditional motives from different cultures with her own ideas.
The pop-surreal “Private Collection” by Yulia Filipenko and the work “Blind” by digital artist and illustrator Sasha Vinogradova added some spring mood, she uses 3D and photo composition to explore themes of nature, decorative patterns, folklore and culture.
As before, while walking in the park, you can hear compositions of different “space” styles from five radio stations.
Come and see the new works! Feel the spring mood with us!