ANCIENT FUTURE LANDSCAPE
in collaboration with Olga Kisseleva
The administration of the Negev Museum of Art in Beersheva has invited the Olga Kisseleva to present her new project “Listening to Trees across the Jordan River” within the museum walls, as a personal exhibition. The project includes contributions by many members of CNRS and Sorbonne University, researchers, and postgraduate students: B. Muliya, E. Delprat, K. Tang, A. Kiriutin, L. Chak (a postgraduate working at the Laboratory under Prof. Olga Kisseleva), and many others.
“Listening to trees across the Jordan River” continues the extensive “EDEN“ project of the Art & Science Laboratory of Sorbonne University, focusing for the most part on several pressing issues, such as: intra-specific and interspecific communication; the revival of extinct species of plants, and particularly trees; the ecological education of the public, and environmental protection in general. Lilia Chak created this series of photos in frame of her PhD research in Sorbonne (under the direction of Prof. Olga Kisseleva).
- – EDEN. Group exhibition. Ars Electronica, Linz, Austria.
- – Listening to Trees across the Jordan River. Prof. Olga Kisseleva`s solo exhibition. Lilia Chak participated in the exhibition in her video installations and photographs in frame of her PhD research in Sorbonne. Negev Museum of Art, Beer-Sheva, Israel. Curator: Dr. Dalia Manor.
- – MANOFIM. International conference, organised by Jerusalem Contemporary Art Festival, Jerusalem, Israel, with Lilia Chak, MindLab - Jens Hauser, Dar Moussafir, Carmel Barnea BreznerJonas, Jonatan Omer Mizrahi, Tzaphira Allison Stern, Ivor Stodolsky, Marina Naprushkina, Dmitry Vilensky. Art, Biology and Ecology.
- – Prof. Ilia Rodov,
Concluding Remarks: Contemplations in the Desert on Nature, Creation, and Art, article. Art and Biology: The Meeting Point. International symposium. Negev Museum of Art, Beer-Sheva, Israel.
- – Lilia Chak,
Between Art and Science, brochure (hebrew) for "Listening To Trees Across The Jordan River" exhibition. Negev Museum of Art, Beer-Sheva, Israel.