Inner Landscape Membranes — is a solo exhibition by Dmitry Kawarga, a well-known Moscow-based artist. For a long time, Dmitry has been referring to the topics of apocalypse and wreckage of the world — as if foreboding the on-coming changes. Today, when the very concept of global order is collapsing, Kawarga suggests that we should reflect on our roots by means of introspection.
The artist believes that the natural landscape is a place where memories and history are stored. Fleeing from the city and setting out on a travel across woods and fields of the North, Kawarga projects his inner data formations to the natural sceneries. 'Endless flames of events, the historical epos and stories of people’s everyday life, images of writers and scientists, tragic stories about particular people and entire generations, victims of wars, revolutions, and repressions, sophisticated mechanisms and childhood dreams — all of these seem to be filled in a unique glimmering multidimensionality that my eyes can see', the artist explains.