[Coming In Super Art]
Moscow Art gallery, Moscow, Russia
Fabio Boyadjiev's nearly imperceptible sound paths unconsciously stop the visitors in their tracks. It's a mystery in silence, but there is still something inhuman about this work, no conclusions drawn, however, together these elements form within their layering an illusion of architectural dimensionality which never denies its inherent flatness. There is a naturalistic quality of light that creates an immediate connection to this as a world we know but yet have never experienced before. We see the image, which is the 'work' produced by the percipient as an event in his or her time; at the same time a biomorphic quality is acquired through partial erasure, bleeding and multiple applications; we are forced to explore the question of how the museum consciously or unconsciously perpetuates beliefs and behavior. Together these elements form within their layering an illusion of architectural dimensionality which never denies its inherent flatness.