Marina Fomenko

fomenkoGraduated from the School of Contemporary Art “Independent Workshops” of Moscow Museum of Modern Art in 2005. She has participated in a special project at the Third Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art (2009), the 13th Media Art Biennale WRO in Poland (2009), the IX Media Forum of the Moscow International Film Festival (2008), international exhibitions in Italy, China and Ukraine, and video art festivals in Russia, France, Switzerland, Poland and Greece.

Observation Station

Observation Station (the Station) is a total installation that explores the new life conditions of contemporary individuals who find or might find themselves under observation. This installation creates an environment of observation in which visitors find themselves involved in participating and sharing the Station’s activity by co-operating with interactive installations, recording of the observation’s results, etc. We now find the Station as it is being relocated. The Station’s activity is maintained by a Supervisor. It has five departments: Accumulator, Isolation Ward, Observation Point, Translator and Destructor. The Accumulator is the central archive of the Station. Damaged archives are saved in the Isolation Ward.
The Observation Point is the Station’s office, where the Supervisor’s workplace is located; audio and photo archives of observations are saved and viewed. At the Observation Point, visitors may participate in observation of the Station, observation of the observers of the Station, observation of the Supervisor of the Station and of other visitors, as well as in selfobservation. The Translator is a multi-channel video archive of the Station. The Destructor is the place where observations that have become useless are destroyed. The project unites various genres, including video installations and sound, flash animation and installations with photo and text.

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