Alice Bucknell
Wednesday Kim
Xia Han
Keiken x Ryan Vautier
Léa Porré
Kumbirai Makumbe
Eda Sarman
Juan Covelli
Georgia Tucker
Chris Kore
Chrystal Ding
Mike Tyka
Giovanni Muzio
Moisés Horta Valenzuela
Lorem
Pat Pataranutaporn
Isabella Salas × Nora Golic
Carrie Able
Sven Eberwein
Ultrabianka
Mario Klingemann
Stepan Ryabchenko
Moises Sanabria
Jake Elwes
Angela Eames
Grayson Cooke
Fabiola Larios
Julia Kobel
Sophie Rogers
Camila Roriz (Cibymili)
Rachel Noble
Snow Yunxue Fu
Michael Pantuso
Max Colson
Marick Roy
Irene P Tello
Matthias Dörfelt

Inaugural Show

Stepan Ryabchenko

Stepan Ryabchenko is a leading Ukrainian media artist and Art Laboratory chief curator. His work spans conceptual architecture, sculpture and light installations. The focus of his attention is the boundary between the real and virtual world and the research of the new nature of art. In his artwork, the artist creates his own digital universe with its heroes and mythology.

Stepan Ryabchenko is an artist for whom digital tools have become fundamentals for his artistic works and projects. Combining figurative and abstract futuristic language, he creates large scale digital prints and computer animation, which become "fragments" of the virtual universe he designed. Often the subjects of the image are imaginary plants and animals – the surrealistic appearance of the life form, existing according to the laws of the world created for them by the artist. The virtual landscapes in which Ryabchenko unfolds the stories of the characters are a self-sufficient multidimensional digital reality. Despite its technological digital origin, the appearance of this space is far from all urban and man-made. In his other works, Stepan Ryabchenko explores digital “antiheroism” by visualizing computer viruses. Using one of the components of the technogenic development of mankind as a tool, the artist appeals to the topic of human relations with the virtual and natural environment.

Stepan Ryabchenko's works have been exhibited at the Ludwig Museum in Budapest, Saatchi Gallery in London, Krolikarnia in Warsaw, Museum of Contemporary Art in Zagreb and Danubiana Meulensteen Art Museum in Bratislava, Manege and Gostiny Dvor in Moscow, in particular. His works have also been exhibited in many places in Ukraine, including PinchukArtCentre, Mystetskyi Arsenal, National Art Museum, M17 Contemporary Art Center, Museum of Odessa Modern Art, Modern Art Research Institute, etc.

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