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H Y P E R C O N N E C T E D, Strategic project of the 5th Moscow International Biennale for Young Art @ MMOMA - Moscow Museum of Modern Art / Moscow



H Y P E R C O N N E C T E D

Strategic project of the 5th Moscow International Biennale for Young Art

MMOMA - Moscow Museum of Modern Art

30th June -14th August, 2016


curated by João Laia 

artists: Adriano Amaral (1982, Brazil), Hicham Berrada (1986, Morocco), Lupo Borgonovo (1985, Italy), Cécile B. Evans (1983, Belgium - USA), Neringa Cerniauskaite (aka Pakui Hardware) (1984, Lithuania), June Crespo (1982, Spain), Diogo Evangelista (1984, Portugal), Guan Xiao (1983, China), Rodrigo Hernandez (1983, Mexico), Patrick Hough (1989, Ireland), Sasha Litvintseva (1989, Russia), Adrien Missika (1981, France), Saskia Noor van Imhoff (1982, The Netherlands), Yuri Pattison (1986, Ireland), Mariana Silva (1984, Portugal), Iza Tarasewicz (1981, Poland), Ana Vaz (1986, Brazil) & Tristan Bera (1984, France), Zoe Williams (1983, Great Britain).


Zoe Williams
Châteaux Double Wide Aide, HD Video , 5 mins, 2016
courtesy of Galerie Antoine Levi, Camera work by Amy Gwatkin 

Zoe Williams
Châteaux Double Wide Aide, HD Video , 5 mins, 2016
courtesy of Galerie Antoine Levi, Camera work by Amy Gwatkin 



Zoe Williams
Châteaux Double Wide Aide, HD Video , 5 mins, 2016
courtesy of Galerie Antoine Levi, Camera work by Amy Gwatkin (video still) 

Zoe Williams
You Consume Me Series, 35 mm slide, 2013 courtesy of Galerie Antoine Levi 

Zoe Williams
You Consume Me Series, 35 mm slide, 2013 courtesy of Galerie Antoine Levi 

installation view 

Sasha Litvintseva
Evergreen
, 49 mins, HD video, 2014




Sasha Litvintseva
Evergreen
, 49 mins, HD video, 2014 (video still)

Sasha Litvintseva
Evergreen
, 49 mins, HD video, 2014 (video still)

Sasha Litvintseva (left) & Guan Xiao (right) 

Guan Xiao, Action, 2014, courtesy of Antenna Space





Guan Xiao, Action, 2014, courtesy of Antenna Space 

Guan Xiao (back) & Diogo Evangelista (front) 

Guan Xiao (back) & Diogo Evangelista (front) 

Diogo Evangelista Volunteers, 2016 

Diogo Evangelista Volunteers, 2016 

Diogo Evangelista Volunteers, 2016 

Diogo Evangelista Volunteers, 2016 

Zoe Williams 

installation view 

Zoe Williams
Chamber Aide, from the Chateaux Double Wide series, Hand built porcelain fired and glazed, 10x5x3 cm, 2015
Courtesy of Galerie Antoine Levi, Paris 

Zoe Williams
Ruined Chamber Ornament, Hand built porcelain fired and glazed, 40x20x0.5 cm, 2015 Courtesy of Galerie Antoine Levi, Paris 

Cécile B. Evans
Hyperlinks or it Didn't Happen, HD video, 2014 courtesy the artist
(detail) 

Cécile B. Evans
Hyperlinks or it Didn't Happen, HD video, 2014 courtesy the artist 

Cécile B. Evans
Hyperlinks or it Didn't Happen, HD video, 2014 courtesy the artist
(video stills) 

Cécile B. Evans
Hyperlinks or it Didn't Happen, HD video, 2014 courtesy the artist
(video stills) 

Zoe Williams
Ruined Olisbos, cast jesmonite, 25 x 5 cm, 2013 (left)
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Viral Tinted Olisbos, painted cast plaster, 25 x 5 cm, 2013 (right) courtesy of Galerie Antoine Levi, Paris 

Zoe Williams
Ruined Olisbos, cast jesmonite, 25 x 5 cm, 2013 courtesy of Galerie Antoine Levi, Paris 

Mariana Silva (left) & Rodrigo Hernandez (right) 

Rodrigo Hernandez
“No sé cuántos días y noches rodaron sobre mí” (I don’t know how many days and nights rolled over me), mixed media (papier-maché, wood, metal-lack), 2016
Courtesy of Galeria Madragoa 

Rodrigo Hernandez
“No sé cuántos días y noches rodaron sobre mí” (I don’t know how many days and nights rolled over me), mixed media (papier-maché, wood, metal-lack), 2016
Courtesy of Galeria Madragoa 

Rodrigo Hernandez
“No sé cuántos días y noches rodaron sobre mí” (I don’t know how many days and nights rolled over me), mixed media (papier-maché, wood, metal-lack), 2016
Courtesy of Galeria Madragoa 

Rodrigo Hernandez (wall) & Lupo Borgonovo (floor) 

Lupo Borgonovo
Fruttolo, silicon rubber, 2014 Courtesy of the artist 

Lupo Borgonovo
Fruttolo, silicon rubber, 2014 Courtesy of the artist 

Lupo Borgonovo
Fruttolo, silicon rubber, 2014 Courtesy of the artist 

Rodrigo Hernandez (wall) & Lupo Borgonovo (floor) 

Rodrigo Hernandez
“No sé cuántos días y noches rodaron sobre mí” (I don’t know how many days and nights rolled over me), mixed media (papier-maché, wood, metal-lack), 2016
Courtesy of Galeria Madragoa 

Rodrigo Hernandez
“No sé cuántos días y noches rodaron sobre mí” (I don’t know how many days and nights rolled over me), mixed media (papier-maché, wood, metal-lack), 2016
Courtesy of Galeria Madragoa 

Rodrigo Hernandez
“No sé cuántos días y noches rodaron sobre mí” (I don’t know how many days and nights rolled over me), mixed media (papier-maché, wood, metal-lack), 2016
Courtesy of Galeria Madragoa 

Rodrigo Hernandez (left) & Mariana Silva (right) 

Mariana Silva
Friends of Interpretable Objects, Video installation, 2013-2015/2016 Courtesy of the artist
(video still) 

Mariana Silva
Friends of Interpretable Objects, Video installation, 2013-2015/2016 Courtesy of the artist 

Mariana Silva
For More Information (Interview with Miguel Tamen), Video Installation 2013 Courtesy of the artist 

Mariana Silva
For More Information (Interview with Miguel Tamen), Video Installation 2013 Courtesy of the artist 

Mariana Silva
For More Information (Interview with Miguel Tamen), Video Installation 2013 Courtesy of the artist 

Mariana Silva 

Mariana Silva
Digital Specimens: Pointcloudfallout, Video, 2015 Courtesy of the artist
(video stills) 

Mariana Silva
Digital Specimens: Pointcloudfallout, Video, 2015 Courtesy of the artist
(video stills) 

Mariana Silva
Digital Specimens: Pointcloudfallout, Video, 2015 Courtesy of the artist 

installation view 

Mariana Silva
Friends of Interpretable Objects, Video installation, 2013-2015/2016 Courtesy of the artist 

Saskia Noor van Imhoff, Mariana Silva & Lupo Borgonovo (clockwise) 

Lupo Borgonovo (1985, Italy)
Maialito, mixed media (silicon, pigment), 2014 Courtesy of the artist 

Lupo Borgonovo (1985, Italy)
Maialito, mixed media (silicon, pigment), 2014 Courtesy of the artist 

Saskia Noor van Imhoff
#+23.00, mixed media (C-print, nutwood frame), 2016 Courtesy of the artist and Galerie Fons Welters 

Saskia Noor van Imhoff
#+23.00, mixed media (C-print, nutwood frame), 2016 Courtesy of the artist and Galerie Fons Welters 

Patrick Hough, Saskia Noor van Imhoff, Lupo Borgonovo (clockwise) 

Patrick Hough
Object Interviews (Part II), Video, 2013
Courtesy of the artist and narrative projects gallery (full video) http://youtu.be/Rxo4C4e-0ro 

Patrick Hough
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Object Interviews (Part II), Video, 2013
Courtesy of the artist and narrative projects gallery video still
(full video) http://youtu.be/Rxo4C4e-0ro 

Patrick Hough
Object Interviews (Part I, II, III), Video, 2013
Courtesy of the artist and narrative projects gallery
(full videos) (Part I), http://youtu.be/w2vqxvUG2_c (Part II), http://youtu.be/Rxo4C4e-0ro (Part III), https://youtu.be/wJz3-_OaMvw 

Lupo Burgonovo
Ear, bronze, 40 x 23 x 10 cm, 2015 Courtesy of the artist 

Lupo Burgonovo
Ear, bronze, 40 x 23 x 10 cm, 2015 Courtesy of the artist 

Adriano Amaral 

Adriano Amaral
Untitled, mixed media (Neon light, anthracite coal, silicone), 2015 Courtesy of Galeria Múrias Centeno 

Adriano Amaral
Untitled, mixed media (Neon light, anthracite coal, silicone), 2015 Courtesy of Galeria Múrias Centeno 

Adriano Amaral
Untitled, Video, 2014
Courtesy of Galeria Múrias Centeno video still 

Adriano Amaral 

Adriano Amaral
Untitled, mixed media, 2016 Courtesy of Galeria Múrias Centeno 

Adriano Amaral
Untitled, mixed media, 2016 Courtesy of Galeria Múrias Centeno 

installation view 

Yuri Pattison
1014, Video, 2015
Courtesy of the artist, mother’s tankstation limited and H.M.Klosterfelde Edition (

Yuri Pattison1014, Video, 2015
Courtesy of the artist, mother’s tankstation limited and H.M.Klosterfelde Edition (video still)

Yuri Pattison
1014, Video, 2015
Courtesy of the artist, mother’s tankstation limited and H.M.Klosterfelde Edition





1014 from Yuri Pattison on Vimeo.

Ana Vaz and Tristan Bera (back) & June Crespo (front) 

Ana Vaz and Tristan Bera
A Film, Reclaimed, Video, 2015 Courtesy of the artists



A Film, Reclaimed - trailer from Ana Vaz on Vimeo.




Ana Vaz and Tristan Bera
A Film, Reclaimed, Video, 2015 Courtesy of the artists
(video still)

Ana Vaz and Tristan Bera
A Film, Reclaimed, Video, 2015 Courtesy of the artists

Ana Vaz and Tristan Bera (back) & June Crespo (front) 

Ana Vaz and Tristan Bera (back) & June Crespo (front) 

June Crespo
Kanala, Sculptural installation, mixed media (concrete, resin, silicon, paper), 2015 Courtesy of the artist 

June Crespo
Kanala, Sculptural installation, mixed media (concrete, resin, silicon, paper), 2015 Courtesy of the artist 

June Crespo
Kanala, Sculptural installation, mixed media (concrete, resin, silicon, paper), 2015 Courtesy of the artist 

June Crespo
Kanala, Sculptural installation, mixed media (concrete, resin, silicon, paper), 2015 Courtesy of the artist 

June Crespo
Kanala, Sculptural installation, mixed media (concrete, resin, silicon, paper), 2015 Courtesy of the artist 

June Crespo
Kanala, Sculptural installation, mixed media (concrete, resin, silicon, paper), 2015 Courtesy of the artist 

June Crespo
Kanala, Sculptural installation, mixed media (concrete, resin, silicon, paper), 2015 Courtesy of the artist 

June Crespo
Kanala, Sculptural installation, mixed media (concrete, resin, silicon, paper), 2015 Courtesy of the artist 

June Crespo
Kanala, Sculptural installation, mixed media (concrete, resin, silicon, paper), 2015 Courtesy of the artist 

June Crespo
Kanala, Sculptural installation, mixed media (concrete, resin, silicon, paper), 2015 Courtesy of the artist 

June Crespo
Kanala, Sculptural installation, mixed media (concrete, resin, silicon, paper), 2015 Courtesy of the artist 

June Crespo & Adrien Missika 

Adrien Missika
Darvaza, Video, 2011
Courtesy of Bugada & Cargnel & Proyectos Monclova (full video) https://vimeo.com/47863259 



Adrien Missika
Darvaza, Video, 2011
Courtesy of Bugada & Cargnel & Proyectos Monclova (video still)
(full video) https://vimeo.com/47863259 

Adrien Missika
Darvaza, Video, 2011
Courtesy of Bugada & Cargnel & Proyectos Monclova (full video) https://vimeo.com/47863259 

Adrien Missika
Babylon (Wildlife Rehab Center), Installation, mixed media (nylon, plants, soil, LED), 2016 Courtesy of the artist 

Adrien Missika
Babylon (Wildlife Rehab Center), Installation, mixed media (nylon, plants, soil, LED), 2016 Courtesy of the artist 

Adrien Missika (front) & Hicham Berrada (back) 

Hicham Berrada
(left) Pressage, Video, 2004-2016
Courtesy of the artist and Gallery kamel mennour
(right) Les Fleurs, Video, 2016
Courtesy of the artist, Kamel Mennour gallery and G.r.e.c. /Cnap 

Hicham Berrada
Les Fleurs, Video, 2016
Courtesy of the artist, Kamel Mennour gallery and G.r.e.c. /Cnap (video still) 

Hicham Berrada
Pressage, Video, 2004-2016
Courtesy of the artist and Gallery kamel mennour (video still) 

Hicham Berrada
(left) Pressage, Video, 2004-2016
Courtesy of the artist and Gallery kamel mennour
(right) Les Fleurs, Video, 2016
Courtesy of the artist, Kamel Mennour gallery and G.r.e.c. /Cnap 

Adrien Missika
Babylon (Wildlife Rehab Center), Installation, mixed media (nylon, plants, soil, LED), 2016
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Courtesy of the artist


Adrien Missika
Babylon (Wildlife Rehab Center), Installation, mixed media (nylon, plants, soil, LED), 2016 
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Courtesy of the artist


Adrien Missika
Babylon (Wildlife Rehab Center), Installation, mixed media (nylon, plants, soil, LED), 2016
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Courtesy of the artist


Adrien Missika (front) & Pakui Hardware (back) 

Pakui Hardware
Lost Heritage, Installation, mixed media (grass rolls, coated waterproof plywood, wheels, plaster, resin, silicone, tripod, LED lamp and sculptural objects), 2015
Courtesy of the artist 

Pakui Hardware
Lost Heritage, Installation, mixed media (grass rolls, coated waterproof plywood, wheels, plaster, resin, silicone, tripod, LED lamp and sculptural objects), 2015
Courtesy of the artist 

Pakui Hardware
Lost Heritage, Installation, mixed media (grass rolls, coated waterproof plywood, wheels, plaster, resin, silicone, tripod, LED lamp and sculptural objects), 2015
Courtesy of the artist 

Pakui Hardware
Lost Heritage, Installation, mixed media (grass rolls, coated waterproof plywood, wheels, plaster, resin, silicone, tripod, LED lamp and sculptural objects), 2015
Courtesy of the artist 

Pakui Hardware
Lost Heritage, Installation, mixed media (grass rolls, coated waterproof plywood, wheels, plaster, resin, silicone, tripod, LED lamp and sculptural objects), 2015
Courtesy of the artist 

Pakui Hardware
Lost Heritage, Installation, mixed media (grass rolls, coated waterproof plywood, wheels, plaster, resin, silicone, tripod, LED lamp and sculptural objects), 2015
Courtesy of the artist 

Pakui Hardware
Lost Heritage, Installation, mixed media (grass rolls, coated waterproof plywood, wheels, plaster, resin, silicone, tripod, LED lamp and sculptural objects), 2015
Courtesy of the artist 

Pakui Hardware
Lost Heritage, Installation, mixed media (grass rolls, coated waterproof plywood, wheels, plaster, resin, silicone, tripod, LED lamp and sculptural objects), 2015
Courtesy of the artist 

Pakui Hardware
Lost Heritage, Installation, mixed media (grass rolls, coated waterproof plywood, wheels, plaster, resin, silicone, tripod, LED lamp and sculptural objects), 2015
Courtesy of the artist 

Pakui Hardward (front) & Iza Tarasewicz (back) 

Pakui Hardward (front) & Iza Tarasewicz (back) 

Pakui Hardward (front) & Iza Tarasewicz (back) 

Iza Tarasewicz (front) & Hicham Berrada (back) 

Iza Tarasewicz
The Means, the Milieu I, Installation, mixed media (reishi, oxidate metal, hemp fibre, ochre, rubber, cement), 2014-2015
Courtesy of the artist 

Iza Tarasewicz
The Means, the Milieu I, Installation, mixed media (reishi, oxidate metal, hemp fibre, ochre, rubber, cement), 2014-2015
Courtesy of the artist 

Iza Tarasewicz
The Means, the Milieu I, Installation, mixed media (reishi, oxidate metal, hemp fibre, ochre, rubber, cement), 2014-2015
Courtesy of the artist 

Iza Tarasewicz
The Means, the Milieu I, Installation, mixed media (reishi, oxidate metal, hemp fibre, ochre, rubber, cement), 2014-2015
Courtesy of the artist 

Iza Tarasewicz
The Means, the Milieu I, Installation, mixed media (reishi, oxidate metal, hemp fibre, ochre, rubber, cement), 2014-2015
Courtesy of the artist 

Iza Tarasewicz
The Means, the Milieu I, Installation, mixed media (reishi, oxidate metal, hemp fibre, ochre, rubber, cement), 2014-2015
Courtesy of the artist 

Iza Tarasewicz
The Means, the Milieu I, Installation, mixed media (reishi, oxidate metal, hemp fibre, ochre, rubber, cement), 2014-2015
Courtesy of the artist 





In the current period of accelerated motion our minds and bodies move, change and adapt to the settings and networks we navigate daily. We shape-shift while opening windows, closing folders and browsing through reflecting surfaces; soft borders permanently redefining our identities. As a consequence, any hypothetical separation between nature and culture has been dissolved, our natural environment becoming a cultural environment. Whereas the speculations grouped under object-oriented philosophy highlight a recomposition of the world that questions the centrality of the human and opens alternative ontologies for consideration, the anthropocene reframes mankind as a geological force. Such strands of thinking have added to the on-going crisis of modernism's defining idea of humanity and nature as distinct entities. We are acknowledging our hybrid natural-cultural constitution as well as our state of permanent becoming as agents among other agents, a position expressing a co-extensivity with one’s surroundings in which all organisms are inter-dependent, forming a renewed eco-philosophical thinking that acknowledges our humanity in the midst of an intricate environment. Everything is connected, not only humans through heightened communication and other scientific and cultural developments but also the whole cosmos as a multiple unity. From the dissolution of previously stable conceptions of the world emerge renewed possibilities to articulate hopes and fears. This exhibition looks at how contemporary practices have been exploring our present situation as a moment of shift in which the correlation between object and subject or distinctions such as nature and culture are being surpassed and replaced for a conception of the world as an interlinked collectivity. Beyond apocalyptic scenarios or utopian visions, the artists included propose a reassessment of our current condition and look towards the future-present from an empowering stance that challenges boundaries. “Nothing is lost, nothing is created, everything is transformed”. We are all together in this: one is becoming plural and intensely connected.