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CATALOGUE

LIZA POUGINA


P L AY I N G / LEARN— ING

A2

A1

TOYS A3

THESE TOYS ARE MAINLY COLECTED FROM SHOPS, FRIENDS’ HOUSES Or Found

A A4

A5

2


A6

A7

A8

A

A9

3


P L AY I N G / LEARN— ING

A12

LEARN

A10

A

A11

Anatomic model is taken from 11 years old nephew, all parts are removable

4


A13

A15

A16

Standart summer counrty equipment taken from parks and friends’ places Chess are authors’ proverty A14

A

SPORT 5


P L AY I N G / LEARN— ING

A

A17

MUSIC INSTRUM— ENTS A18

Pan flute arrived from peru, penny whistle must be from some russian town

6


A19

A20

A21

A

Make up set is older then 30 years and still seems not spoiled A22

7


HUMAN B1

EVENTS /PHOTO

B “Afisha picnic” in Kolomenskoye park, thousands of people

B1

B1

B1

8


B2

B2

faces & lacesin Gorkyi park and martini art love cinema in ermiage garden B3

B3

B

B4

Hugh laurie concert in st. petersburg

9


HUMAN

B5

AROUND B5

B6

B

interactive video by mtv about summer party Shaker with scales for non-professinal barment B7

B8

10

B9


B11

B10

B12

B13

B Things that appeared of itself and a message on jacket

B16

B14 B15

11


SUP— E R N AT U R A L C2

C

C1

BOOK /PRIN— TED

religion is perceived as supernatural by author so as book about connection of name and destiny C3

C4

12


C5

TV SHOW C5

C5

C C6

BUILT C7

best russian tv show and pictures from pushkin’s hills

13


H I S TO RY D1

D1

BOOK /PRIN— TED D1

D D1

14


D2

D3

Book about rome, book of signs, calendar from collection, pushkin’s handwriting and cross-wriring D4

WRIT— TEN 15

D5

D


H I S TO RY

ARTE— FACTS D8

D D6 D7

16


D9 D10

family heirloom, russian national wayfinding system, Pushkin’s death mask and other

D

D11

17


PRI— NTED

E5

E3

ADS E2

E

E1

E6

E4

18


E7 E9

ads collected from moscow cafes and found on street and some other printed materials E8

OTHER 19

E


ALPHABETS

F3

SOME OF

F2

F for deaf, blind, Boy Scouts and navy F1

20


F4

F5

F F6

21


EDI— TIONS

G1

G2

G3

G

PAPER— BACK from different countries and people with different intrerests

G4

22


G5 G6

G8

HARD— COVER G7

23

G


GADJETS /DEVI— CES

H1

H3

H4

H

MECH­— ANICAL H2

from 18th century and modern ones

24


H6

H5

H7

found keys & lock and camera everyone has H8

25

H


GADJETS /DEVI— CES

H12

MECH­— ANICAL

H10 H9

H

H11

everyday tools and minimalistic memo magnet

26


H17

ELEC— TRO— NIC

illegal audio & video tape, broken phone and car charge never used

H15

H13

H16

27

H14

H


T R AV E L

I5

SOUVE— NIRS I4

I1

I

I2

I3

Money, map and other things that are special in each country

28


I7

Keyring & magnets as most popular souvenirs and railway souvenir

I8

I

I10 I6

I9

29


T R AV E L I11

SOUVE— NIRS I15

I I12

I13

Pushkin’s bust from place he lived, chevron from naval museum and tiny alcohol bottles from hotels

30

I14


VIDEO

J2

J2

ZELIG By Woodie Allen, 1983/a Comedy About a guy who changed his appearance and behaviour according to people who J1 surrounded him at the moment PARIS VS NEW YORK/Comparison of differant aspects of two cities J1

VIDEO 31

J



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