The southernmost and longest route of the program-more than 600 km-is built around the landscape and architectural riches of the factory cities of Satka and Kyshtym: a visit to the quarries of the Satka Magnezit combine, one of the oldest hydroelectric power plants in Russia "Porogi" and the only preserved palace building of the Southern Urals is specially organized. In two days, the route will allow you to see 3 art projects created within the framework of the 6th Ural Industrial Biennale.
Participants will see a mural of Andrey Olenev, a street artist from Nizhny Novgorod, on the facade of a 14-storey High-temperature shaft furnace of the Magnezit Group production complex. The demonstration of the special project by Vasily Kononov-Gredin is an opportunity to look into hundreds of round mirrors screwed on the territory of the entire Berezovsky quarry: some of them always reflect its rocky surface, others-the sky, and others-the lake that arose from the source and sooner or later will flood both the quarry and all the mirrors in it. Ivan Gorshkov's sculpture in the Kyshtym riverbed is dedicated to an authentic copper processing technology: a worker made in the spirit of the Soviet avant-garde stands knee-deep in water, subordinating the elements to the industrial process.
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