Residency artists and researchers Media and video art Rabota The Nonknowledge Zones' project The Tunnel belongs to the genre of media studies, which, in the conditions of the lockdown that lasts more or less everywhere. The Nonknowledge Zones project belongs to the genre of media studies, which, in the conditions of the lockdown that lasts more or less everywhere, Rabota is going to conduct in the badlands of the uninhabited peninsula Meganom the extreme northern frontiers of the ancient Greek world. Finding themselves in relevant circumstances, artists interpret the Internet as labyrinth in the realm of the dead, in which they are going to lay the tunnel communication. „Nonknowledge is an option. Choosing Nonknowledge means going on a journey, an adventure from which there is no return. Nonknowledge is an escape or exodus. Our escape intends speedy migration along labyrinth, which during the overall disease is thought by us as an underground tunnel filled with moon gardens and a river through which we navigate in fast canoes. Nonknowledge is a flickering speech in which words are made up of forms of silence. Nonknowledge is a homecoming.“ Rabota was established in 2014 by artists Marika Krasina and Anton Kryvulia to combine their work into common artistic practice. From the very beginning of the joint work, artists focus on the topics of autonomy, global mobility, media phenomenology and media ecology using their own personal things as artistic means. Like the Labridae fish, which can change sex in extreme circumstances, Rabota had set up the curators from themselves, providing a full-fledged workflow, theorizing and curating their events, publications and objects. For six years of continuous wandering around the world, Marika Krasina and Anton Kryvulia have created a practice that includes isolation, insecurity and constant risk; Rabota turns circumstances into an instrument. Website: HTTP://NONKNOWLEDGE.SPACE On photo: Marika Krasina and Anton Kryvulia, founders of Rabota.