The installation by Igor Gusev, which is located in the center of "Transmuseum" - is a memento mori of material art. We can see the symbolic frame of the work in the decay stage: smoldering frames, bare wood under gilded paint, others absorb the dust of dark rooms into the cracks in plaster.
We see the work's symbolic skeleton on the path of decay: smoldering frames, some expose the tree under gilded paint, others - absorb the dust of dark rooms with cracks in plaster. Works of art are transformed not only physically, exposed to time, but their meaning also mutates depending on the context, geography, the development of art theory, philosophy.
As a post-romanticist who emerged from the hyper textuality of postmodernism, Gusev works with the historical context of works of art, rethinking it in the category of metaxу - the structure of sensations between the limit on the one hand and infinity on the other, the transcendent reality.
He seeks to turn the finite into the infinite, the static into the dynamic, expand the traditional ways of cognition the classic art. In creating his art, Gusev uses his essential artistic technique - stretching the painting's space-time continuum, the so-called glitch effect. The glitch effect is used in contemporary art, and it is based on the image of a digital transmission error. The image is deconstructed and disintegrated into fragments, giving rise to color spectrality. A bizarre distortion of the visual field occurs, which gives rise to a new aesthetic category of the digital world.