The exhibition was broken down into four sections; city street photography, Russian terms; a documentary and Russian inspired cuisine. The photography showed the unique landscapes of Moscow, from it’s museum-like metro to Gorky Park-the Central Park of Russia; to the LABORATORIA Art & Science Space – an innovative and interactive hybrid space between art, science and society. The photos and video presented at the exhibition also allowed viewers to travel vicariously through the images and take in Moscow’s urban layout. Since Language is an essential gateway into cultures, Russian terms were introduced to viewers, allowing them to experience the tongue and sounds of everyday Russia. The documentary gave people a guide to different locations around the city along with a directory of recommended places to visit. The cuisine served at the exhibition provided participants with a literal taste of Moscow.
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