Tatyana Arzamasova, Lev Evzovitch, Evgeny Svyatsky.
“The virtual world generated by the real world of the past twentieth century, like an organism emerging from a test-tube, expands, leaving its borders and grasping new zones, absorbs its creators and mutates in something totally new. In this new world, real war looks like a virtual-reality game, and prison torture appears as the sadistic exercises of modern valkyries. Technologies and materials transform the artificial environment into a fantasy landscape of the new age. This paradise is also a mutated world where time is frozen, where all past epochs neighbour the future, where inhabitants lose their sex and become closer to angels – a world where the most severe, vague or erotic imagination is natural in the fake, unsteady 3D perspective. The heroes of this new age have only one identity – the identity of the rebel of the last riot. The last riot, where all are fighting against all and against themselves, where no difference exists any longer between victim and aggressor, male and female. This world celebrates the end of ideology, history and ethic.”