Together with the Stella Art Foundation, the Pushkin Museum will present a special project a contemporary art exhibition in commemoration of the 500th anniversary of the Venetian artist Jacopo Robusti, called Tintoretto.
Gary Hill, a classic of American media art, decomposes Tintoretto's paintings into patterns and elements and uses those as a basis on which to create a new sounding and shimmering essence. The primary starting point for Hill is the realm of human consciousness rather than architectural space. The combination of visual images and intense electronic tones makes it possible to achieve a deep synesthetic experience.
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