THE CONTEMPORARY ART SHOW
For it's first edition MOCT is taking place at Flacon, Design factory.
Flacon Art Street
18 - 22 July
24 July - 8 August
2pm - 9pm
MOCT serves as a platform to create a comprehensive experience by bringing together international artists of various cultural fields.
MOCT will take place once a year in Moscow and is looking to expand to other countries.
The first edition titled Future Relics displays an immersive scenery composed of works that range between history and futuristic visions. This utopian landscape highlights the intermediate state of an ever expanding globalised world through various artistic points of view.
It will be an active experience for visitors, by encountering works that allow an instinctive access as well as having a strong conceptual background. From site-specific, engaging installations and extraordinary artworks to films and performances.
Alexandre Bavard · French
Bulky is a performance exploring rituals to understand the future and apprehend the here and now.
Alexandre Bavard, Bulky, Palais de Tokyo, 2017.
Score by Alexandre Bavard, choreography by Manue Soum.
Julian Charrière · Swiss
Aspects of anthropogenic aftermaths by bridging cultural history and environmental science.
Julian Charrière, Iroojrilik, 2016
Dashi Namdakov · Russian
A virtual reality journey through parallel worlds to the envisioned sculpture at Lake Baikal.
Dashi Namdakov, Guardian of Baikal, 2017
Anastasia Potemkina · Russian
Ecosystems exploring an alternative relationship between technological and the new ecological thinking .
Anastasia Potemkina, Untitled, 2018
Colin Snapp · American
Still and moving image that portrays our outdoor pastimes through an alien eye.
Colin Snapp, TC Studies, 2013-2018
Daily warm-up cocktails
Everyday live and Mix Sessions at Flacon, Art Street
24 July - 10 August
MOCT presents a selection of movies complementing each year's theme.
In collaboration with Potemkine Paris
Artistic workshop by Pablo Cots.
Coffee and Fresh Juices