Alexander Ponomarev. Windtruvian Man
An installation based on an action that Ponomarev carried out during an expedition to the coast of Greenland. His ship was outfitted with a special device for measuring the strength and direction of the wind, and Ponomarev himself was stationed inside it. Not only did the gusts blow past him, but he also transformed himself into Leonardo’s Vitruvian Man.
Curator: Alexandra Danilova
Organizer: Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts
Supported by: Mercury Company and Hevel LLC