Intervals Festival 2021 NFT projection mapping

Moving images from “The End of the World as we know it” are integrated in a video mapping installation shown on the iconic Mayak building in Nizhny Novgorod (Russia) every evening from August 27-29. The Mayak building in neo-gothic style will turn into the canvas for the NFT video mapping installation, as a part of the Intervals Festival 2021 and the program for celebrating the 800th anniversary of Nizhny Novgorod.

Artists from around the globe are participating in the collaborative audiovisual artwork, produced by Pitch with the technical support of dreamlaser. The result of the work will be minted as NFT, copies of which will be distributed between all the participating artists, one copy of the same item (token ID) each.

Pitch is live streaming the grand opening on their Instagram @madebypitch tonight 27th August 20-23 (Moscow time GMT+3)

VIDEOFENSTER 2021 is happening now

If you are in Cologne, go for a walk in the Ehrenfeld neighbourhood where artists from all over the world are showing videos made in lockdown in the windows of local businesses June 22-27. My video “outside” is on in the windows of Kreativkontor, Glasstrasse 80.

The full programme for the project is available from VIDEOFENSTER’s website.



“outside” will be featured in VIDEOFENSTER 2021, an immersive urban video-art and film project that will take place in Cologne’s (DE) Ehrenfeld neighbourhood, from the 22nd to the 27th of June 2021.

The event will run in the daytime between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. and from 10 p.m. to midnight during the night. Ehrenfeld’s streets will come alive thanks to a trail of audio-visual pieces by international artists and filmmakers. The theme connecting all the pieces is lockdown and isolation during the covid-19 pandemic.

There is more information about the project on VIDEOFENSTER’s website.


Streetlight 2021 video

Video from Streetlight 2021 showing “The End of the World as we know it” in Roman Susan’s storefront exhibition space 1224 W Loyola Ave, Chicago, IL.

Video documentation by Roman Susan

Streetlight is happening right now

Roman Susan is showing “The End of the World as we know it” in Streetlight March 8-28 in their storefront project space 1224 W Loyola Ave, Chicago, IL. The projections are on view directly from the street in the afternoons and after dark, come by if you are in Chicago.

Highly Commended award 2020 from Red Line Art Works

Art with a conscience global project Red Line Art Works has selected my works as Highly Commended again this year. The recognition is given for series of works which has globally significant humanitarian or ethical importance, I am receiving it for The End of the World as we know it videos and selected images exhibited in Red Line Art Works Main Gallery in 2019.

Red Line Art Works Highly Commended 2020

The End of the World as we know it videos in Red Line Art Works Gallery

Selected images from The End of the World as we know it in Red Line Art Works Main Gallery