Sausage is one of the symbols of the Soviet era. Desirable, but not accessible to everyone, sausage has been transformed into a laconic, almost abstract drawing. The image provokes a visual dialogue with the geometry and color of the local environment. This symbol of the Soviet way of life occupies a rightful place in Soviet mythology like the cruiser Aurora moored nearby.
Andrey Lublinsky is a designer, artist, and curator and the recipent of various professional prizes and awards. He is the author of the much-talked-about “little red men” in Perm, the huge yellow duckling in Gorky Park in Moscow, the crocodile at the Flacon Design Factory, and the large-scale installation Friendship of the Peoples at VDNKh. Since 1997, he has collaborated with galleries, museums, and various other cultural institutions.