On January 17th the Triangle gallery will open "Sync", a new personal exhibition by one of the most world-renowned Russian artists working in the field of science-art, Dmitry Morozov, better known by his pseudonym ::vtol::.
Sync, from synchronization in the exhibition's name on one hand reflects on attempts to
reach co-cycling in his objects, synchronicity and rhythm between them, on the other hand, represents the paradigm of his artistic practice. "[Morozov's] project doen't imply a dualistic removal of a person from a device, – comments on his work science artist and curator Dmiitry Bulatov, – "Morozov's attention in focused on the inseparability of human and inguman.". Curator Olga Remnyova call Morozov "critical engineer" to whom machinery is a way to describe interactions between devices, living and physical objects, powers, systems and nets. Hence, irrationally used machines for him enforce and enlarge human cognitive systems.
The principal part of the show is a kinetic, electromagnetic sound installation Guest, dedicated to the Sikhote-Alin meteorite, which fell in the Far East in 1947 According to the artist's concept, the cyclical system models the moment the meteorite "arrived" on earth – an extremely elusive and rare event. The installation is being show in Moscow for the first time, It was presented in prototype on the exhibitions of nomenees at Nova Art Contest in Saint Petersburg, and in present complete condition it was exhibited at Zarya Center for Conemporary in Vladivostok, relatively near to the place of meteorite fall, the startup of the object and film shooting.
"This project involves some of what I find the most interesting trends in the sphere of technological art: natural and artificial electromagnetism, work with sound, robotic automatized systems, geology and astrophysics., – Dmitry Morozov explains, – Each of these aspects are not only a means for reaching a unified artistic expression, but also a powerful medium, in and of themselves, forming a synergy of individual elements within the work."
The exhibition will also include new objects Floating point number, Phason и Drop, exploring sound, light, how one can be transformed into another and all the possible means man has of mastering the world around him.
 Bulatov D. Compendium of fexible technologies. TECHNE x ::vtol::. Interface of the Ongoing. Exhibition catalogue, Moscow, 2019
Dmitry Morozov (born 1986, Moscow) realizes his artistic ideas through technological genres like robotics, sound art, and science art, exploring the themes of chaos and self- organizing systems, and analyzing social, biological and physical phenomena.
The artist also designs and creates experimental musical instruments and modular synthesizers. He has participated in the 4th Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art, the Archstroyanie Festival, The Night of New Media, CTM/Transmediale (Germany) and Ars Electronica (Austria.) His works have been exhibited at leading institutions for contemporary art, including the NCCA (his solo exhibition "Interface of the Ongoing," was on view through September 29), MMOMA, Manezh, the State Hermitage Museum, Laboratoria Art&Science Space, Electromuseum, the Polytechnical Museum, the Garage Museum of Contemporary Art, ZKM Zentrum (Germany), the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art (USA), and the National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts (Taiwan). He was previously featured in Vladivostok in the group exhibition "Misadventures of Discovering" at the Hlebozavod Center for Contemporary Culture. He is the award winner of the Sergei Kuryokhin Prize (2013), Prix Cube (France, 2014) and also received honorary mentions at VIDA 16 (Spain, 2014) and Prix Ars Electronica (Austria, 2015, 2017).