MMOST 91 is constantly looking for answers to questions about people’s perception of the future, the relationship between man and science, society and technology. MMOST 91 forces us to reflect on the evolution, progress or regression of humanity in general, and the individual in particular. In fact, it is a synergy of Buddhism, broadcasting the inevitability of the death of the ego, and new philosophical trends associated with widespread digitalization and the formation of the person of the future. How will ethics and the needs of one person and society coexist in our new world?
Will we be obliged to give up some of our rights for the sake of the development of new technologies and comfort? After all, those processes that ten years ago seemed phantasmagoric illusions of writers are now being embodied in reality. And far from all the emerging questions related to the new paradigm of being, humanity has concrete answers. MMOST 91 does not impose a specific point of view, but, on the contrary, pushes the viewer to form his own concept of being, not based on old dogma and principles of perception. MMOST 91 consists of new technologies, ego death and the shape of the human of the future.
MMOST 91 is an exclusive robot created in collaboration with the artist Misha Most. Especially for MMOST 91, Misha Most and the Chatex team have created an authentic robot that embodies the philosophy of our future. Misha Most is an artist from Moscow, Russia, who began his art firstly on the streets in 1997, at the dawn of the Russian graffiti movement. He has later organized major festivals, curated exhibitions and projects dedicated to different forms of street art. He Started his artist career with first shows in 2006.
Most’s works have been presented at various exhibitions of contemporary art in Russia, UK, Azerbajan, USA, Italy, Switzerland, Germany, France and other countries. In 2008 he was nominated for Kandinsky Prize. Participated in the Russian Biennial of contemporary art 2011, and the youth Biennale 2012. Misha’s third personal exhibition was held in London’s Lazarides gallery, in 2014.
In 2016 in Bronx NYC he has created one of his biggest international works – 300 sq.m. mural. Mishas works main concern is dedicated to the humans perception of the future, to correlation between the human and science, society and technology. In 2017 Misha has created a 10 000 sq.m. mural on a faсade of a metallurgic factory, which set the world record for the wall mural of one artist. In September 2017 on his personal show at Winzavod art center Misha has presented a unique project – “artists assistant”, world’s first fully programmed painting drone.