On May 10, voting for public art objects created by Life around readers for the upcoming "Night at the Museum" ended. In total, more than one hundred works were sent to the contest, of which ten finalists were selected by the organizing committee, and then our readers selected three winners. They became Lyolya Ivanova with the installation “Wave”, Lilia Reinhardt with “Looking into the souls ...” and Anna Orlovskaya with the work “Wind in the head”.
The installation of Lelia Ivanova is an object in the form of a wave; they are going to install it in a pond. The design is glued with LED garlands powered by solar panels: during the day they will be charged, and at night they will flicker. According to the author, the installation should symbolize the pollution of megacities. The work will appear at the Museum of Cosmonautics.
The installation of Lilia Reinhardt from concrete blocks on which mirrored eyes are set represents the struggle of the world of the past with the world of the present. Mirrors Lily suggests gluing the back side to obtain the effect of a circular view. They will install the object in the park near the "Multimedia Art Museum".
The art object "Wind in the head" consists of a metal grid resembling a human head in shape, which, in the view of Anna Orlovskaya, symbolizes the overloaded brain of a city dweller with worries and information noise. Throughout the grid for greater effect, it is proposed to hang bells that would ring in the wind. The installation can be seen near the Borodino Battle Panorama Museum.
In addition, the organizers of “Nights at the Museum” really liked the “Shower” facility of Maria Zaikina - they promise to install it on City Day.
The action "Night at the Museum" will be held in Moscow on May 18, Life Life will tell you in detail about the most notable events in the near future.