aesfAEC+F is Tatyana Arzamasova, Lev Yevzovich, Yevgeny Svyatsky and Vladimir Fridkes. Founded in 1987.
The group has held about 30 solo exhibitions in Russia, Europe and the United States.
It has participated in the Lyons Biennale (2000), the Istanbul Biennale (2007), the Venice Biennale (2007, Russian pavilion, 2009, parallel program), the first, second and third Moscow Biennales (2005, 2007, 2009) and others.

The Feast of Trimalchio

In Satyricon, a work by the great wit and melancholic lyric poet of Nero’s reign, Gaius Petronius Arbiter, the best preserved part is The Feast of Trimalchio. Thanks to Petronius’s fantasy, Trimalchio’s name became synonymous with wealth, luxury, gluttony and unbridled. We searched for something similar in the realities of the third millennium and Trimalchio — the former slave and nouveau riche host of feasts lasting several days — appeared to us not so much as an individual, but a collective image of a luxurious hotel, a temporary paradise one must pay to enter.
The hotel guests, the “masters”, are from the land of the Golden Billion. They’re keen to spend their time, regardless of the season, as guests of the present-day Trimalchio, who has created the most exotic and luxurious hotel possible.
The ‘masters’ wear white, bringing to mind the uniform of the righteous in the Garden of Eden, traditional colonial dress or a summer fashion collection. The “servants” resemble the brightly-colored angels of a Garden of Eden to which the masters are only temporarily admitted. Both become participants in an orgiastic gala reception: a dinner in the style of Roman saturnalia where slaves, dressed as patricians, recline at the table and their masters, dressed in slave tunics, are serving them. Every so often the delights of the Feast of Trimalchio are spoiled by catastrophes which encroach on the global paradise.

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