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is an interactive art experience born from the minds of two holographic entities: Michael Rfdshire and Serge Bulat. Having walked around Carthage, they ended up in the cave of Archeology in order to recreate this world on paper – Gaul, Carthage, Britain, Iberia, South America, the Mediterranean …
It should be said that the great writers of the world have far fewer creative and artistic opportunities than the average and small ones. They feel like “cloth snouts” and are always forced to use an extremely limited set of literary devices. If in the case of Ignat Pukhanov it is all the more clear where the problems come from – he, like any editor-in-chief, always has letters from critics, editorials, clippings from newspapers and magazines on any occasion, indicating illiteracy, insufficient intellectual development and lack of preparation , – then other gentlemen are not so. The magazine “Futurum Art” began to appear in 1993, and in 1994 it received a nationwide sigh, for which it got into the Guinness Book of Records. In general, it turned out to be a huge project that covered more than ten countries, and now there are more than twenty domestic, Polish and American publishing series and groups of authors: “Chernigov Ghetto”, “Egyptian Darkness”, “Shakespeare and the Tower of Babel”, “Palimpsests of the 20th century”, Cavalcanti Theatre, Bebop, Night of Glass, Film Academy, The Gift, Cold-Blooded Nelson, Autumn Cry of the Hawk, Brain Explosion, Crossroads, etc.
More than 10,000 book titles have been published in the US and Europe, from Shakespeare and Michelangelo to Aztec History, World History, Ethiopian Mysteries and Stephen King’s Songs of Hyperion. If we add such problems as translation, computer loading, the Internet, modern interfaces, etc., and treat the magazine itself broadly enough, it turns out that even the most remote corners of the world are already filled with relevant books.
So we can consider that “FuturArt” is a natural continuation, and even the predecessor of the documentary book to no lesser extent than “Archipela