GOSHKA MACUGA: TO THE SON OF MAN WHO ATE THE SCROLL

  BY Ruslan Telemtaev   22 March 2016

In 2008 Goshka Macuga, a British artist of Polish decent, became the Turner award finalist. In 2009, she presented an art exhibition in the London Whitechapel gallery, in 2012 - noted in the document 13 in Kassel. The exhibition in the Fondazione Prada, continues to research for a real Macuga, who is considered not only an artist, but also a researcher, curator, collector, and exhibition designer. Her talent shows in the project "Son of man, who ate the scroll". Here you can view not only the installation by Goshka Macuga, but also her dialogue with an art of the 21th century. For example, a collaboration with Patrick Tressetom, an artist who is not afraid to roboticise a world of art, the product of which is the robot of "Paul-A" series that will be displayed continuosly drawing mathematical formulas, diagrams, texts, and drawings in real time.

translated by Anastasia Ostapenko