4 3 2 1AES Group was originally formed in 1987 by conceptual architects Tatiana Arzamasova and Lev Evzovich and multi- disciplinary designer Evgeny Svyatsky. Exhibiting abroad since 1989, the group expanded its personnel and name with the addition of photographer Vladimir Fridkes in 1995.

Inverso Mundus
The series of historical engravings Inverso Mundus (The World Upside Down) depicts a pig gutting the butcher, a child punishing his teacher, a man carrying a donkey on his back, men and women exchanging roles and costumes, and a beggar in rags majestically giving alms to a rich man. In these engravings there are demons, chimeras, fish flying through the sky, and death itself, variously with a scythe or behind the mask of Doctor Plague.
In the artists’ interpretation of Inverso Mundus, absurd scenes from the historical carnival appear as episodes of contemporary life in a multichannel video installation. Characters are acting out scenes of absurd social utopias, changing their masks, morphing from beggars to rich men, from policemen to thieves. Metrosexual cleaners shower the city with debris. Female inquisitors torture men on IKEA-style structures. Children and seniors are locked in a kickboxing match. Inverso Mundus is a world where chimeras are pets and the Apocalypse is entertainment.

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