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The moon influences life on earth in many ways: through the tides, but also through the way in which this heavenly body – which always turns its same face to us – stimulates our fantasies. Sergey Lutsenko evokes his own ideal image of a lunar colony. It is not based on a metropolis, but on a world that feels familiar, like a small town: traffic signs, sports fields, a kitchen garden. There are no people,just objects. In that sense, Lutsenko says, it is also a model for lunar land art.
The Russian Sergey Lutsenko (Soviet Union, 1984) was trained as a painter at the Krasnodar Art School, and later took a course in Conceptual Photography. In 2011 he completed the course in Graphic Design at the KGUKI Art Academy, also in Krasnodar.
Price EUR 15,00