• Occasionally True Stories
    *Photos used in the post belong to the State Silk Museum collection. The labels are assigned according to the interpretation of the authors. Princess and Silkworm Once upon a time, there was a princess named Tuta, who lived in a huge castle. The girl had a carefree childhood, spending her free time in the garden […]
  • Without Museum Objects: Meditation on Mulberry Trees
    Inside a “cocoon,” surrounded by a silk layer through which the images of moths and giant cocoons can be noticed; roofed with archival images of sericulture – mulberry tree and leaves, silkworms, cocoons, a pupa, moths. Fascinated by mulberry trees, I always think of them as a starting point in sericulture. After all, its leaves […]
  • Without Museum Objects: Constant Flow
    Participating artists: David Chikhladze, Liza Kvantaliani, Tama Kvantaliani, Levan Manjavidze, Savle Shubladze. Curated by Mariam Shergelashvili Constant Flow is a creative stream and its tributaries, leading us to discover feelings, self-reflection, limitations, and unboundedness. While researching painting, sound, digital image, and text layers, this experiment unites artists of different generations and experiences into a perceptive […]
  • Without Museum Objects: Leafeaters
    Without Museum Objects The Silk Museum started to spin a cocoon around itself. After the building’s rehabilitation, the museum will reopen in a new form. The objects are being temporarily wrapped and boxed. The vitrines that were designed specifically for this space stand empty. The traces of frames can be noticed on the walls. “Without […]
  • Pirimze
    I worked on the project Pirimze for several years. I researched this building from different angles and met a lot of people who worked there. As a result, I created various works – installations, a book, and a documentary film. Pirimze was built in 1972 as a place combining different types of individual services. In […]