Pavel Kiselev

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For Count Pavel Kiselyov (1788-1872), see Pavel Kiselyov.
Pavel Kiselev

Pavel Kiselev (born July 17, 1984, Moscow, Russia) is a contemporary artist.

He graduated from the Institute of Issues of Modern Art and the British Higher School of Art and Design in Moscow, specializing in Fine Art. Kiselev employs an original technique, multilevel wooden structures (spatial compositions) made by the connection of hundreds of details. His field of interests are information and attention, the border states. He creates a unique interactive objects-catalysts for the viewers, with intention in not objects themselves, but more in informational space between them and their relation to a specific moment. Kiselev also works with video, photography, painting and multimedia. His work has been exhibited and published in Russian and international galleries and publications. He is represented by Triumph Gallery, Moscow.

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