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Aljoscha (born 1974 in Hlukhiv, USSR) is a Ukrainian visual artist known for conceptual installations and sculptures based on ideas of bioism, biofuturism and bioethical abolitionism. Educated at the Düsseldorf Academy of Arts (Conrad Klapeka class) and the International Summer Academy of Fine Arts in Salzburg (Shirin Neshat class), he lives and works in Düsseldorf
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  1. 1. Aljoscha (born 1974 in Hlukhiv, USSR) is a Ukrainian visual artist known for conceptual installations and sculptures based on ideas of bioism, biofuturism and bioethical abolitionism. Educated at the Düsseldorf Academy of Arts (Conrad Klapeka class) and the International Summer Academy of Fine Arts in Salzburg (Shirin Neshat class), he lives and works in Düsseldorf.
  2. 2. The Ukrainian-Russian artist Aljoscha conceives sculptures, installations and interventions not as common works of art but as futuristic organisms in the sense of bioism. Inspiration for his work is biotechnology and genetic engineering. He orients himself closer to the natural sciences and philosophy than to the theory of art. In the Kunstraum, his microbio- logical "organisms" spread unhindered and create a space-filling, monumental sculpture A Biology of Happiness, Kunstraum Dornbirn
  3. 3. A Biology of Happiness Kunstraum Dornbirn
  4. 4. A Biology of Happiness Kunstraum Dornbirn
  5. 5. Here is what Aljoscha says about his work: "bioism or biofuturism represents my attempt to create new living forms and a new aesthetics of future organic life. Bioism is a way to develop art objects which express visual possibilities of synthetical biology. Bioism is an effort to produce art based on vitality, multiplicity and complexity. I regard each of my works as a living being. Bioism extends life to lifeless subjects. Personally, I believe that in the future, in the wake of a biological revolution, we will use living furniture, dwell in living houses, and travel in space using living stations. But the
  6. 6. A Biology of Happiness Kunstraum Dornbirn
  7. 7. But the most exciting thing will be the ability of artists to work with living substances, thereby constructing new forms of life. The artistic act will acquire the practical sense of birth. fantastical might be reactions of art object to its creator and surroundings. Art museums of the future could turn into zoological gardens, galleries into new life diversity funds, ateliers into biological laboratories. Bioism aims to spread new and endless forms of life throughout the universe.” A Biology of Happiness - Kunstraum Dornbirn
  8. 8. A Notion of Cosmic Teleology Sala Santa Rita, Rome
  9. 9. Aljoscha sees his objects and installations as living beings. They are heralds of the distant future and bring a message: humanity will be freed from endless suffering and unlimited happiness will be accessible for all. Aljoscha´s art is a sign of the future, and marks the appearance of a new aesthetic (Natalia Gershevskaya art historian and curator)
  10. 10. Specifically designed for the Sala Santa Rita, this installation is entitled «A Notion of Cosmic Teleology». It draws on Aristotle’s teleology, and poses questions about the purpose of visual Art itself
  11. 11. Aristotle defined Art as an ideal imitation of nature, which expresses its essence in sensual perceptible form.
  12. 12. Aristotle held that Beauty is immanent in Art, and that the first purpose of Art is to give pleasure and aesthetic delight. Moreover the visual experience of beauty has the power to educate the human soul.
  13. 13. A Notion of Cosmic Teleology Sala Santa Rita, Rome
  14. 14. The Gates of the Sun and The Land of Dreams, Gallery Beck & Eggeling, Düsseldorf
  15. 15. The Gates of the Sun and The Land of Dreams, Gallery Beck & Eggeling, Düsseldorf
  16. 16. "Funiculus umbilicalis" installation St. Petri, Dortmund
  17. 17. St. Petri, Dortmund InstallationEradicationofSufferinginSchlosskirche, UniversityofBonn,2016
  18. 18. Installation Eradication of Suffering in Schlosskirche, University of Bonn, 2016
  19. 19. Bioism with Doryphoros of Deutschen Beamtenbund- Bonn 2018
  20. 20. Bioism with Doryphoros of Deutschen Beamtenbund- Bonn 2018
  21. 21. Exhibition
  22. 22. Objects
  23. 23. Objects
  24. 24. Landscape
  25. 25. Objects
  26. 26. The griffin
  27. 27. The griffin Aleksei Kazantsev - Aljoscha
  28. 28. De revolutionibus orbium coelestium Tonhalle Düsseldorf
  29. 29. Text and pictures: Internet All  copyrights  belong to their  respective owners Presentation: Sanda Foişoreanu https://plus.google.com/+SandaMichaela Sound: Max Barskih - I'm sick of you; I wanna run 2018

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