A clear, simple, really realistic art - that is basically a reflection
of life in the forms of life itself - it's been a long time to see it.
Our vision and all other senses switch on and report: yes, I believe, I
feel, I smell, I touch. It's so natural when all the elements of the
installation are so realistic, even naturalistic. Probably they've just
been assembled with a somewhat absurd shift.
Tires on the floor -
sawed in half - remind of playground or parking lot. Public got to make
their way to the center of exhibition space to see the lightboxed sky
inside the barrels hanging from the ceiling.
This new installation by
Ivan Plusch recalls of the famous Kabakov's "The man who flew into space
from his appartment". However it's a different time now. Plusch is not
going to fly anywhere, only his vision pushes through inevitable
obstacles of techno civilization - up to the beauty.
As the artist
said: "you should see artificial sky through rusty barrels - my ideal
emission - and maybe then you could live at least a day without mobile