Arts: “You may not die”

CULTURAL ALLIANCE. MARAT GELMAN PROJECT / EVENT

PLACE
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CULTURAL ALLIANCE. PROJECT MARAT GELMAN

PHONE: 228-11-59, PHONE / FAX: 228-13-39

105120 MOSCOW WINERY 4 SYROMYATNICHESKIY PER.1, PAGE 6

 

OPENING TIMES
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10.12-15.12.2013
C 12.00 TO 20.00. CLOSED ON MONDAYS

 

FREE

DEATH – THE WORST THING THAT CAN HAPPEN TO ANYONE. IN THE EARLY 21ST CENTURY, THE DEVELOPMENT OF BIOTECHNOLOGY, NANOTECH AND ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE HAS OPENED PROSPECTS STOP THE AGING PROCESS, AND THEN THE FINAL VICTORY OVER DEATH. HOWEVER, SOCIETY DOES NOT KNOW ABOUT THE POSSIBILITIES OF SCIENCE, SO THE PACE OF FUNDAMENTAL RESEARCH IS VERY LOW.

“The exhibition features 10 paintings, in which the meaning is completely subdued form. They have no artistic merit – just pure message. Urgent telegram: “You can not die.”

This message is addressed primarily to the artistic community, the proposal for cooperation – let’s get together to convince people that we have the opportunity to stay alive.
Rational arguments need to extend the life do not work. Only visual images have the power to convince the collective unconscious. The artist, who will do it, will be the most important person during the existence of civilization. “
Translated from the original Russian here:  http://www.winzavod.ru/galleries/guelman/?id=1175

The exhibition features the Roadmap to immortality produced by Artemy Lebedev and runs until December 15 at Winzavod in Moscow.

 

 

3 Comments

  1. Maybe the worst is wasting an immortal life.

    I would be very happy to live beyond 120 in good health.

  2. Death, the worst thing that can happen to anyone??
    I’m all for extending life, but that attitude is willfully ignorant.
    The worst thing that can happen to anyone is a wasted life.

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