A small project by Slava Nesterov involves thoughts about the unknown, which permeates the flesh of time and space, arising in the most unexpected places. The baroque nature of the world is focused on details, and on complex relationships that eventually unleash the unknown. Working with the construction of a myth around chthonic organisms that are born during solar eclipses, Slava Nesterov represents the “Lifeworld” which produces itself from fragments of post-truth, scientific research, cultural codes that are constantly in a state of metamorphosis, symbiosis and mergers.
The exhibits of the museum are various organisms and ancient fossils. They combine the elements of the plant, mushroom and animal world in a certain way, and also refer to occult artifacts, cultural and religious symbols.
A children’s slide with which objects interact is a part of the Baroque world in which collisions and interactions can be random. In this randomnicity, a slightly eerie throbbing aesthetics is born.