On February 11, the '2072: PROGNOZ' exhibition (translated as '2072: FORECAST') will open at the ZIL Cultural Centre. One of its curators is the Dean of the Journalism and Publishing College of MKIK Evgeniya Sterlyagova.
The exhibition is a dialogue between art and science. More than 30 participants in their projects try to look beyond the time horizon through the prism of changing ethical and aesthetic norms, current problems in the fields of current anthropology, ecology, physics, genetics, urban studies, and other significant areas through their own fantasies, expectations, premonitions, and facts.
The exhibition includes works by students of MKIK and IGUMO. Projects different in their style and approaches to the topic (zines, photographs, installations) reflect the anxieties, hopes, and fantasies of different generations, including generation Z.
At the exhibition, it will be possible to take a special issue of the student newspaper ‘Postcard’, which was created specifically for the event and combines reflections of students of the Journalism and Publishing College of MKIK on artificial intelligence.
On February 27, at 12:00, students of MKIK and IGUMO, together with artistic project managers, college lecturers Ksenia Pronina and Evgenia Suprutskaya, will hold a discussion 'Generation Z Forecast' on the topic of the future and variations of its development in the ZIL lecture hall.
Also, on February 27, at 14:00,the lecture hall will host a lecture by the Rector of MKIK Marina Volynkina on the topic 'Law and Digit: Strategy for the Development of Artificial Intelligence'.
The opening of the '2072: PROGNOZ' exhibition will take place on February 11 at 19:00.
The exhibition will be available to the public until February 27, 2022.
Admission is free upon prior registration:
The schedule of the parallel programme can be found on Timepad at the link above.
We invite everyone interested to visit the exhibition in the ZIL Cultural Centre.
Translated by Antonina Kopyeva11.02.2022