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Sergey Sobolev An interview by Dario Rutigliano, curator witht he collaboration of Katherine Williams landescape@europe.com

Sergey Sobolev creates multidisciplinary works that offer a multilayered experience, urging the viewers to rethink about the relationship between the environment we inhabit and the way we perceive it. While referring to the primordial nature of elements, his installations suggest an unexplored area of interplay where we are invited to explore the relationship with reality and the way we perceive it. I'm very pleased to introduce our readers to his refined artistic production. Hello Sergey and a warm welcome to LandEscape: to start this interview, would you like to tell us something about your background? In particular, you grew in a family of artists and moreover you have a solid formal training: after your studies at the Moscow State Academic Art Institute Surikov V.I. you joined the Moscow Union of Artists. So I would like to ask you the importance of these experiences in your evolution as an artist: in particular, how does your formal training experience impact on the technical aspects you mainly focus on your works?

Child impressions are the strongest and foundational for any person, that's why the fact that my parents were artists decided my future life perspective. It had a significant impact on me and shaped a certain mindset. Later on 12 years of studies at the School of Art first and then at the University of Art laid the significant Juerg Luedi

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