Anton Vidokle is an artist with an impressive CV, having founded the digital publishing platform e-flux way back in the early days of the internet in 1998. This new exhibition at Tensta Konsthall features three of his films that investigate the concept of Russian Cosmism, an early 20th century philosophical movement that took in a wide range of ideas and later influenced early Soviet cultural institutions. The films, under the title Immortality for All: A Film Trilogy on Russian Cosmism, will be shown along with sculptures by Arseny Zhilayev inspired by searches through Soviet museum archives.
Kosmism, Tensta Konsthall, on display until Jan 20 2019
Photo: From Anton Vidokle’s film This is Cosmos