100th anniversary of Bauhaus
Democratizing the arts, the Bauhaus set service to man and society as their primary goal. Bauhaus artists brought art closer to the common man, art was no longer exclusive, it was used as a tool for emancipation of society. They reinterpreted the concept of applied art and created new, international tendencies. Ordinary objects were given artistic value. The German right wing understood the idea of emancipation through art, which is why they called Bauhaus "perverted art."
This installation shows that these stands were the cause of social shakeup and represented a kind of revolutionary-political demonstration. Drawing on the analogy between the struggle of the Bauhaus artist and the current social context, it's meant for visitors to learn something about Bauhaus but also to think about the universal theme of artist's position in the world.