From October 28, in line with the Moscow city government decree, a QR code and ID are required in order to visit Garage.
You can find visit rules via this link.
Generated by the interests of artists, curators, and writers working around the world, Garage Field Research gives new perspectives on overlooked or little-known events, philosophies, places, or people relating to Russian culture.
Initiated in 2013, the aim of the Field Research Program is to give new perspectives on overlooked or little-known events, philosophies, places, or people relating to Russian culture. The topics are driven by the interests of the invited participants and include elements of academic fellowship while prioritizing fieldwork and idiosyncratic artistic research as the primary methods for the production of new interpretations. Supported by its own department within the Museum, Field Research provides access to local experts, archives, and institutions, as well as making the process and results regularly accessible to the public
By championing strategies of resistance and bringing to light the places, events, and people often neglected by or recouped from dominant histories, each research project challenges the leading positions of dominant agents of knowledge, liberating knowledge from belonging to one discipline, one culture or one narrative, and breaks free from the prevailing impermeability of academic and archival institutions in the country.