JIDAI (from the Japanese "era", "epoch") is a mysterious era of a form of life, which is not yet familiar to us, in which various creatures live that excite imagination with their bizarre multi-component nature. Somewhere they are similar to biological forms, somewhere quite unique. Multimedia nature of the exhibition creates video animation and a specially created musical composition, as well as a show program from the robot R-ONE, which enhances the impressions of the works of techno-art and simulates the presence in another dimension.
We invite you to meet the unprecedented creatures and robot R-ONE (Robot-r1.com), which take us to another dimension, in the era of mechanical creatures.
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The ERA - JIDAI exhibition is a rare opportunity to see exhibits from the collection of the world-famous Japanese techno-art master Yasuhito Yudagawa, who creates under the pseudonym Shovel Head. Yudagawa creates fantasy mechanical characters, representatives of the mysterious Jedi Era. Each master works on each character for several months, using thousands of smallest details. Some sculptures contain a huge number of elements. Most of the works of the Japanese artist have long been in private collections.
Sketch by Yasuhito Yudagawa
Quote: "I create these creatures in my imagination," explains Yasuhito Yudagawa. - By the beginning of work in my head, I already have a clear idea, almost a 3D model. I do not even have to make sketches. Inspiration can bring anything from the personal experience of each person to the things around which our common everyday life is built up, including politics, economics or environmental issues. "
Price of tickets:
Tickets are sold at the box office Center for Contemporary Arts MARS
350RUB Child 600RUB Adult 350RUB Pensioners 300RUB Students
450RUB Child 700UB Adult 450RUB Pensioners 450RUB Students
Children up to 3 years old Veterans of the Second World War, children with disabilities, invalids of the 1 st group with one accompanying
Working hours: Every day from 12 to 22
All exhibits are sold after the exhibition. Exhibition until April 30, 2018. The cost is on request.
Address: Center for Contemporary Art MARS Moscow, Pushkarev Pereulok, 5 (Metro Trubnaya, Metro Tsvetnoy Boulevard, metro Sukharevskaya)