Do you like modern art? Do you know that it is not necessarily three green stripes across a white background? Do you enjoy listening to smooth voices on the radio?

Thanks to the Moscow Museum of Modern Art, we were fortunate enough to provide interpretation for Ms Barbara Cueto during her interview about the revolution in modern art and her exhibition "This Site is Under Revolution" on Radio Culture 91.6 FM.

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art has been hosting strategic projects of the Moscow International Biennale for Young Art since the Biennale’s launch in 2012. This year, Barbara Cueto has been curating one of the two Biennale’s strategic projects, while the featured project titled Abracadabra has been orchestrated by Lucrezia Calabrò Visconti.

Barbara Cueto invited the artists featured in this show to reflect on the forms of digital dominance and violence, contemporary systems of control and coercion as well as ways of resisting them. Symbolically, the project takes place in the mansion at Gogolevsky Boulevard, famous for secret meetings of the Decembrists, while its virtual continuation is hosted on the website, exhibiting the work from artists and activists whose projects are representations of contemporary digital resistance.

The exhibition is open from 9 June till 22 July, and we offer you an opportunity to enjoy our interpretation work by clicking this link.