Endless Attractions Museum
Installation, technological art, VR
Anastasia Krokhaleva (1994, Yekaterinburg, Russia)
Denis Perevalov (1979, Yekaterinburg, Russia)
The art duet "Endless attractions museum" by Anastasia Krokhaleva and Denis Perevalov appeared in 2017.
Artists explore the boundaries of the human in the modern technologized world. The core of their work, which is often hidden under a dense curtain of sensors, algorithms, mechanisms and lighting devices, are postapocalyptic, dystopic and eschatological themes, within which human inhumanity is criticized and robots are humanized.

In addition to installations, artists create projects with generative graphics for VR, which they consider to be the new medium of modern art.
Anastasia Krokhaleva became interested in light art while studying at the university in the specialty "History of Art", and created her first light installation for the "Undark" festival in 2014. Now works with light and sound interactive installations.

Denis Perevalov is an artist, a theoretical mathematician, an applied programmer who has worked in collaboration with artists, performers and poets since 2010 on the creation of technological installations and performances.
Selected works
Anastasia Krokhaleva
  • 2018 - Ural Federal University, master's degree in "Art history"
Denis Perevalov
  • 2014 - Online course "Introduction to Digital Sound Design" led by Professor Steve Everitt, Emory University (USA)
  • 2002 - Ural Federal University, master's degree in "Mathematics. Applied mathematics"
Group exhibitions
  • "Everything is not what it seems", Festival of Contemporary Art "Bazhov-Fest", robotic light installation "Mistress. Present Days" (Ural branch of the National Center for Contemporary Arts, Ekaterinburg, Russia
  • "Aging progress" within the parallel program of the 6th Moscow youth Biennale of young art, participated with the installations "Microcosmos" and "Cocoon" (open funds of the Polytechnic Museum, Moscow, Russia
  • "Open Museum. Part 2", participated with light interactive installations "Microcosmos" and "Cocoon" (Electromuseum, Moscow, Russia
  • "What do you see light in dreams for?", participated with light interactive installations "Microcosmos" and "Cocoon" (Yeltsin Center Art Gallery, Ekaterinburg, Russia
  • Research project of the 4th Ural industrial Biennale of contemporary art, participated with the interactive installation "Communication restored" (the main site 4 of the Ural Industrial Biennale, Ekaterinburg, Russia
  • "Ecology of urban sound space", participated with the "cosmological" VR-installation "The World is realized through the eyes of the living", Ekaterinburg, Russia
  • Light art festival "Undark", Ekaterinburg, Russia

Foundation artists
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