about us

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On the streets, bridges, blank walls. In strange cities, forgotten stations, absurd buildings, ghost bathhouses, white cubes, abandoned shooting ranges, non – existing factories. Anywhere: We play a game. Forbidden, magic and ephemeral game. Something to change all.

Our concepts are inspired by stories and biographies of places and people.
With interventions in different contexts with our works we  emphasise biography, past and present of places.

We are interested in disappearing knowledge, invisible people, forgotten places, ignored spaces. With our works we create new language, mythology to derive new meanings and new visions, to restore memories, remember what is gone, create future.



Mariam Natroshvili/Detu Jintcharadze

Curatorial Projects:

2017: Who Will Still the Roaring of The Seas?; SOU Festival, Expo Georgia. Tbilisi, Georgia.

2017: War from my window; Writers’ House. Tbilisi, Georgia.

2017: Illegal Kosmonavtika; Apexart franchise program; Tbilisi, Georgia.

2016: Museum of word. Museum of Literature. Tbilisi, Georgia.

2016: Monthly art newspaper “Revolver”; Co – founder, editor.

2016: Fest i Nova 2016: Future Memory; Garikula, Georgia.

2015: Chiatura. Time Machine;  Chiatura, Georgia.

2015: Word a day to be wiped away; Center of Contemporary Art -Tbilisi, Tbilisi, Georgia.

2015: Billboard Project; Tbilisi, Georgia

2013: Possibilities.Station N2. Cable car station. Tbilisi, Georgia.

2012: Another Body, Center of Contemporary Art -Tbilisi, Tbilsii, Georgia.

2012: Fifth Phase, Centre of Contemporary Art – Tbilisi, Georgia.


Artistic Projects:

2017: Adornment. Exhibition “Find the women”. Tbilisi History museum. Tbilisi, Georgia.

2017: “Abkhazia is my pain”. Exibition “Linear approximations”Dnipr, Ukraine.

2016: Mosque route. Go south west to Ghorjomi. Adjara, Georgia.

2016: Tomorrow. Mazniashvili str 7/9, Tbilisi, Georgia.

2016: Pieces from the golden hill. Site specific installation. SOU Festival. Archeology depository. Tbilisi,Georgia.

2016: If. Painting. Exhibition “writing with color”; Europe House, Tbilisi, Georgia.

2015: Exchange Rate; Text intervention in pawn shop. Tbilisi, Georgia.

2015: It was and it was not; Text sculpture; Mtskheta, Georgia.

2015: Fear. Contemporary Mythology; Text, video. Artisterium 2015 “What’s on your mind”, Tbilisi, Georgia.

2015:  Documentation of project HTTP; Art in resistance; Munich, Germany;

2015: Museum of red winds; Site specific installation, archive. Fest I Nova Garikula, Georgia.

2015: დრო; (Time); Text work; Billboard project; Tbilisi, Georgia.

2014: ხვალ; (Tomorrow); Text work; PopiashviliGvaberidze Window Project. Tbilsii, Georgia.

2014: 404 not found; Text work; Contemporary Istanbul, 90 minutes show. Istanbul, Turkey.

2014:  News museum;  Installation; Artisterium 7 “Houston we have a problem”; Tbilisi, Georgia.

2014: Lazika ghost city; video, text installation, photography. Survival Kit 6 “Utopian City”; Riga, Latvia.

2014: Continue without saving; Text on glass; Springhouse festival; Dresden, Germany.

2014: Browse over 250000 unique pieces of art; Text on concrete; Vacant Tbilisi; Tbilisi, Georgia;

2014: Message expired or not available; Text on canvas. Former residency building of president of Georgia;

2014: Please wait… Photo print; Supermarket; Stockholm, Sweden.

2014: Untitled; Drawings; Hit Me Where It Hurts; Binz39; Zurich, Switzerland.

2013: Room N 50;  Drawing on Vitrine; Gallery Souterrain; Zurich, Switzerland;

2013: Floes Vitae; Installation; Response:abilities; Villa Arson, Nice,  France.

2013: SPAM; Texts in various urban spaces;. Zurich, Switzerland.

2013: Today or tomorrow; Text on concrete; Batumi, Georgia;

2013: Museum of Superstitions; Site specific installation; Batumi Backyard Stories; Batumi, Georgia.

2013: Black Box; Projection/Object; Possibilities.Station N2; Tbilisi, Georgia;

2013: HTTP; (Ongoing project), Texts in various urban spaces; Tbilisi, Georgia;

2012: Game; Photography; Tbilisi Triennial Offside Effect; Tbilisi, Georgia;

2011: City as a book; Street art; Tbilisi, Georgia;