14/07/202 - 09/08/2020: Solo Show in Hrodna, Belarus.
"… I am absolutely convinced that without hope for a miracle, life loses its reality, naturalness. Life is panting, wasting away. Instead of her, her disgusting dummy comes to the fore and is overgrown with posters, calls, monuments ... "
Monologue from the film "The Kerosene Man's Wife" (1988)
Different dictatorships give rise to similar times and spaces. Time in them turns into timelessness, the past grows into the present with a rusty fence, the living is displaced by the formal and ritual. How does it feel to live inside a modern dictatorship? How does it feel if you thicken its space to the point of tangibility?
To the question about the nature of the dictatorship, Andrey Anro offers answers that do not lie on the surface: firstly, this is a metaphysical experience, secondly, existential, and, thirdly, bodily. (Look)