Kirill Chelushkin (b. 1968, Moscow, Russia). A theoretically ideal pattern formation arose – form follows the movement of elements inside the frame, the scene, as if it becomes its materialized echo, a kind of dictated action to follow. The idea of the materialization of light, of light as a sort of absolute body. And of shadow as emptiness, as the absence of light, as a hole or immateriality. 

The object of space, as endless attempts have been made to actualize it, squeeze it in, adapt it to the reality of the screen, is incarnated at least in this ephemeral form. The inverse perspective system of iconography here finds its embodiment in a natural way. The projection of light in space works precisely according to the law of inverse optics, but not on a flat surface. In order to avoid distortion, the rules of inverse perspective must be followed strictly. At the same time, this type of videosculpture provides us with a model of proto-3D technology. This is 3D done manually. A flat image, using projection, seems stretched onto its three dimensional model. On the computer, this is a mathematical, virtual model. In our case – weightless, white, artificial and material.

The next idea finding its embodiment in videosculpture is “space as an object” and “event as a thing”. Unlike most art practices, which are striving for a “breakthrough into space”, here it is more likely to discuss the opposite type of procedure, the conversion of space and event to object and thing (the word “product” begs to be added as well). Histories and stories endlessly multiply and breed; the quantity of events is so large that there arises a desire to subject them to compression, pack them up, zip them into an impossibly huge file. Similar to the ideas of Claude Shannon: in order for information to be consumed, a narrow channel is needed, rather than a garbage dump.

Primary solo exhibitions


  • A Happy Man, Marina Gisich Gallery, Saint Petersburg, Russia
  • Nobody track, NK Gallery, Antwerp, Belgium
  • Foreign Lands, Rabouan Moussion, Paris, France


  • Invasion, NK Gallery, Antwerpen, Belgium


  • Fuckig shame, projeckt for Cosmoscow and Popoff/art gallery, Moscow, Russia


  • All that left in the ground, Pop/off/art gallery, Moscow, Russia
  • Iron, Rabouan-Moussion Gallery, Paris, France


  • One good thing, Marina Gisich Gallery, St/Peterburg, Russia


  • 3th Art festival, Untranslated, Scafandr-2, Moscow, Russia
  • 4 th Biennale Moscow, Double-movement, Pop/off/art Gallery
  • Fooloshness, Rabouan-Moussion, Paris, France


  • ZURUCKE, Art&Space, Munchen, Germany
  • 242, Marina Gisich Gallery, St.Peterburg


  • ADAPTATION, POP/OFF/ART, Gallery, Russia
  • FLICKER, Rabouan-Moussion, Paris, France
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Public exhibitions


  • Russia. Realism of the 21st century, Project of State Russian Museum in Tatarstan State Museum of Fine Arts, Kazan, Russia


  • Breakthrough, Cultural Foundation Ekaterina, Moscow, Russia
  • Mad House, Multimedia Art Museum, Moscow, Russia


  • Art Miami, stand Marina Gisich Gallery, One Herald Plaza, Art Miami Pavilion, Miami, USA
  • Hurrah! Sculpture, Central exhibition Hall, St. Petersburg, Russia
  • Right to the future, The Museum of 20th–21st century St. Petersburg Art, St. Petersburg, Russia


  • Contemporary Russian artists, Venetian Biennale, Central exhibition Hall, St. Petersburg, Russia
  • Art Miami, stand Marina Gisich Gallery, The Art Miami Pavilion, Wynwood Arts District, Miami, USA
  • Cosmoscow, stand Marina Gisich Gallery, Gostiny Dvor, Moscow, Russia
  • Contemporary drawing project of State Russian Museum in Perm Museum, Perm, Russia
  • DRAWING: CONTEMPORARY, NK Gallery, Antwerpen, Belgium
  • Russian Contemporary: Drawing. No Limits, Pushkin House, London, UK
  • Russian Contemporary: Drawing. No Limits, Russisches Haus der Wissenschaft und Kultur, Berlin, Germany


  • Actual drawing, The State Russian Museum, St Petersburg, Russia


  • UN AUTOMNE RUSSE. Espace Topographie de l’arte. Paris, France


  • UNLIMITED BODIES ( Paris, France
  • Art Paris, Rabouan-Moussion, Paris, France
  • Russian turbulence, Charles Riva Collection, Brussels, Belgium
  • ARCO Madrid, Marina Gisich Gallery, Madrid, Spain


  • ArtMoscow. Marina Gisich Gagallery, St.Peterburg, Russia
  • ArtMoscou, Art&Design Gallery, Munchen, Germany
  • 54th Venice Biennale, “Upside down Sity”, Venice, Italia


  • ArtMoscow, Marina Gisich Gallery, Moscow, Russia
  • 90-th, Krokin Gallery, Moscow, Russia
  • Memory Flame, Museum of Krasnoyarsk, Krasnoyarsk, Russia
  • No Translations, Open exhibition stage, Moscow, Russia
  • 30 cloud’s friends, Fresck Part 1, Tverskaya 19, Moscow, Russia
  • ART Paris, Rabouan-Moussion, Paris, France
  • Artistes russes, Centre d”art contemporain Mevmac, France


  • Kandinsky price, Moscow, Russia
  • 3 Moscow Biennale, Second Dialog, Moscow museum of modern art, Moscow, Russia
  • Art Moscow, pop/off/art, gallery, Moscow, Russia


  • ARTMOSCOW, 12th International Contemporary Art Fair, Krokin Gallery booth, Central House of Artists, Moscow, Russia
  • ARTPARIS, Galerie Rabouan Moussion booth, Paris, France


  • Art Paris, Galerie Rabouan Moussion booth, Paris, France
  • ARTMOSCOW, 11th International Contemporary Art Fair, pop/off/art gallery booth, Central House of Artist, Moscow, Russia
  • Architecture: Ad Marginem, State Russian Museum, St.-Petersburg, Russia
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  • Schusev State Museum of Architecture, Moscow, Russia
  • State Art Museum, Ivanovo, Russia
  • State National Art Gallery, Kaliningrad, Russia
  • International Foundation of Russian and Eastern European Art INTART, New York, USA
  • State contemporary art museum, Msocow, Russia
  • Bolzano Art Muzeum, Bolzano, Italy
  • Muzeum Ludvig, Keln, Germany
  • Alexandre Gertsman Collection, New York, USA
  • Viktor Bondarenko Collektion, Russia
  • Collection of Victor and Sergei Popov, Moscow, Russia
  • Collection of Jean and Daniel Grahl, Vers, France
  • Horvach Bela Collection, Hungary
  • Tver Regional Picture Gallery. Tver, Russia
  • Ekaterina foudation, Viktor Seminihin Collection, Russia
  • Itabashi Art Muzeum, Tokio, Japan
  • Collection of Louis Vuitton
  • Symon de Pury collection, Switzerland
  • Bernard Arnault collection, France
  • Hero Hermes Collection, France
  • State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow, Russia
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  • Moscow Architectural Institute (State Academy)
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