The "Das Ende" video installation serves as a reminder of the occult in art, and modern art in particular. The directors' note: The images have evolved from temporal portrayals of gods and symbols. Initially, magic preceded art; now art has become independent, having been separated from magic. The transmission of information and formation of traditional art forms enter new horizons of visual language as suited to modern times. The purpose of this installation is to interpret tragedies in the bible. Stages of unwritten virtual ballet appear to the viewer in modernist aesthetics. The dancer in a context of mystical surroundings is connected to priestly functions of sacred rituals, rather than erotic. Tanatos and Eros are a battlefield of human consciousness. The image of the Priestess - the heroine - symbolizes chaos as the best form of harmony where there are no rules. There is just amorphous flickering sliced by beams of mysticism - without a political or social center. Mimicking ballet language releases images from the limits of decorative pictures, and innovative technology enriches a centuries-old tradition.
Anton Galin believes that spheres of activity are extensions of traditional forms of expression that have branched into contemporary, synthetic aspects of art.
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