"Peace is but a dream",
Installation. Workshops of "Art-Moscow", 2002.

An installation was immured from all sides: a viewer could see it only having climbed the ladder. Inside he could find a red floor, a bathtub and a red fish running in it.
A critic Sergei Epikhin has called the work "a cunning parody for nonspectacularity", but in fact, the authors has postulated a principle, that is a most important for them: the art today is the art for an individual, "the Only" viewer.

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