Beryl's art games: Moscow, The Game With No Name


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The Moscow Game (pictured above):

In response to the Russian currency crisis of the time, I used images of facial features taken from international banknotes. The 'fortunes' revealed inside are bilingual, and deal with moral and financial 'choices'. They include: "You have an eye for a profit", and "Name your assets", and "Can you afford me?"

It was made for Links and Connections, an exhibition of works on paper by Russian and British artists, making links between cultures. The games were displayed in the gallery, and also available for playing with.

see also report from Moscow trip

Banff, Sunderland, and Norway.