The Moscow Museum of Modern Art and the Vadim Sidur Museum present a solo exhibition by Sarah Kulman "Machine pleasure".
The exposition consists of exhibits of four elements, each of which should be viewed as an independent complete statement of the author, inspired by science fiction: in two rooms the viewer will see abstract metal objects, a 3D print, a sculpture, and wall spatial graphics.
The starting point for the project was the story of an American science fiction writer. Robert Sheckley "Necessary thing". The name of the project, “The Pleasure Machine”, is not only a reference to Sheckley, and not only the eternal allegory of the relationship between man and technology, but also the formulation of one of the observations of Kulmann - “the whole progress story is dedicated to building a pleasure machine”, that is, one big utopian idea.