Munich, 2011-2014
Kreisverwaltungsreferat (KVR)
Ruppertstr. 19, Foyer Lindwurmstraße, 

Glass elevator cabin 2,9 x 1,5 x 2,4 m
Elevator construction extendable to the height of 9 m, changing installations.

The Liftarchiv is a mobile, performative object made for the Munich district authority. Szuper Gallery has mounted a glass cube onto a lift in the foyer of the KVR, which functions as an archive for the project. A series of events accompanies this sculpture and the archive is continuously being added to. The Liftarchiv aims for a public dialogue. The cube catches the transparency of the glazed foyer and makes it possible for the archive to be seen not only from the foyer but also from the street. When the archive is raised the viewer is denied access. In its raised position the space can not be entered. It becomes the showcase for the archive but functions like a three-dimensional picture of a room. After the active project phase the Liftarchiv with its contents will remain. All materials that were produced over the project period and in relation to the Liftarchiv, including photographs, objects and documents are archived in a permanent installation.

The KVR is the city and district authority. It is responsible for security and order, for commerce, for citizenship matters (e.g., naturalization, citizenship, passports, residence permits, asylum issues), traffic matters (e.g., traffic surveillance, automobile registration) and fire and catastrophe safety.) The renovation of the 70s building, by the architects Grill + Köppel and R. Dörnfeld, responded to a general brief that aimed at making the institution more open and transparent.

︎Publication, Liftarchive, Szuper Gallery, Revolver, 2014

organised by szuper gallery
3 - 31 August 2019
︎Screenings outside the Kino Uzhgorod,
daily at 10pm with Alica Kovalenko & Liubov Durakova,Sergei Loznitsa, Christoph Schlingensief, Raivis Kapilinski, Anita Nemet, Sergei Loznitsa, Open Group, Szuper Gallery and others.



* Dream - is literary translation of Mriya — Ukrainian aircraft, the biggest in the world.

CURATOR: Open Group (Yuriy Biley, Pavlo Kovach, Stanislav Turina and Anton Varga)

Venice Biennale
May 11 - November 24, 2019.

CO-ORGANIZER: Galeria Labirynt (Lublin, Poland)
INSTITUTIONAL PARTNER: National Art Museum of Ukraine

LOCATION: Arsenale, Sestiere di Castello, Campiello Tana 2169/F, 30122 Venice

ARTISTS: Aleksandra Kovaleva, Alexander Sokolov, Alexandr Timchenko, Alina Velentii, Andriy Honcharenko, Аdriana Galetska,
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Аnastasiia Pustovarova, Agent Suceava, Aia Kora, Albert Feldman, Albina Yaloza, Albina Litvinova, Aleksandr Anbrochyk, Aleksandr Nikolaevskiy, Aleksandr Kalmykov, Alena Vezza, Alena Shybunova,  Сontemporary Diaspora informal art collective, M&K, Maria Kulikovska & Uleg (Oleh Vinnichenko), Me2, Nesterovadesign (Decor Studio), NN Zvir, Nova Opera, Open Group, Open Place, Osoblyvi interiors, Own Position, P.L.O.T., Pavlo Gudimov Ya Gallery Art Center, Picnic player, Platform TU, Poltava Art Territory, Prodanchuk ART, Princess Olga painting tape, Project RadioLondon, Pyndus-Pastukh, Revkovskiy-Rachinskiy, Residence of thoughts, Ricky, SCH-theater, ShymanFakshKyrychenko, SOCIA, Squat on Olegovskoy, Strange store, SubachPoliakov, Svaya, Szuper Gallery, The core of the Eighties, The Death of Scheka crew, Tidbit, Vachoka, Variable name, Victor Marushchenko School of Photography, Vidsotok, Youth Art Group Zwanzig Partisanen.


Curating the University
Talk by Susanne Clausen at the National Academy of Art Kiev, hosted by Method Fund, 25 July 2019 ︎YourArt - review