2011-01-11 - Exhibition Statement: I advocate feminism – Kultur Kontakt Austria Wien
Who is feminist today?
Would you like a cup of coffee? Or burn the world of bourgeois
2010-09-08 - Center for contemporary culture CARAGE. Moscow
2009-11-09 - Analix Forever gallery, Geneva
Vous voulez un cafe? ou Feu le monde bourgeois
2009-08-14 - Analix Forever gallery, Geneva
Those in the audience await for an action which follows hardly from out ceremonious atmosphere of a sort.
Being offered sweets and coffee (...vous voulez un cafe?..), seeing candles lightened the table, one would not expect tablecloth to blaze up so that entire pastime turning into fire. But watching Elena was not even confused, her guests would manage sitting long over their tea and... enjoy it as long as moved back their chairs just a little bit.
2008-01-31 - Contemporary City Foundation, Moscow
Deliberate social security, the declaration of rights and freedoms, and other slogans and formulas characteristic of Russian society are expressed with visual simplicity, and one might even say that they have gained a human face. But if “egalite” is a century-long project that has continued in Europe since the Enlightenment, its Russian version is very different after the fall of the Soviet Union. Illusory financial equality has been replaced with a so-called civic equality that has become no less utopian than its Soviet counterpart.
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