Visitors have got the opportunity to enjoy the Exhibition of Modern Art at the Central Exhibition Hall for two weeks and at the Tashkent House of Photography, and the Ikuo Hirayama International Caravansarai of Culture for one week. UT correspondent visit the exhibitions to get acquainted with the most interesting works on display.
One of the interesting projects is the work ‘The Story of a Dream…’ by a young artist and photographer Alyona Granitsa.
“This project is about life and books, and their close interacting. In truth, the project has minimum two edges, two perceptions. The first is that the characters are figuring out that they are the heroes of the story, whose destinies are at hand of the author. Understanding this and remembering their won dreams, the characters try to escape from the defined frame and get free,” Alyona Granitsa says.
The implementation of the project took one year and involved five people. Modern technologies were used. ‘The Story of a Dream’ is possible not only for reading and watching, but listening as well.The uniqueness of the project is in the harmonious interaction of modern technologies with the art, which get united by a philosophical idea about the purport of life.