A collective made up of a shifting group of artists from Yekaterinburg, ZLYE art group (trans. evil) apart from ephemeral public interventions and graffiti-style works, experiments with indoor installations and large-scale, often interactive, video projections on facades.
Reflecting on the overwhelming presence of bombing-style street art in Moscow, ZLYE organize a series of public competition nights especially for the Triennial. Visitors of all ages are invited to compete in a customized version of the game Nu, pogodi!, a title taken from a popular early Soviet video game. ZLYE’s version of the game will be projected on one of the walls of the Gorky Park administration building. At the end of the Triennial, the overall winner of the public competition will receive a special award.