The exhibition space of the Moscow Museum of Modern Art at 10 Gogolevsky boulevard has a complex authentic architecture: arched ceilings, numerous nooks and niches, which can be viewed only under artificial lighting. The project centers around an audiovisual landscape based on the architectural elements of the building that have lost their function today and on their audio interpretation as unstable spaces.
Distinctive features of the interior gain autonomy by transforming into sculptural forms. The last hall of the exposition displays an animated video that depicts the barely traceable changes in the museum’s appearance. A multichannel, site-specific audio sculpture highlights the resonance of their own frequencies allowing us to perceive the invisible components of three-dimensional structures across the entire space.