The new piece to be presented during the Biennale is a collaborative piece with contributions from Anton Levahin, curator, Julia Gertseva, opera singer, Ahsar Muriev, scenographer, Mic Sachkov, a video artist, and Danila Polyakov, a performer. Narine Arakelian sees collaboration as a way to add new dimension and outside perspectives, testing the universal potential of her ideas. Together the artists focus on marriage as a social gesture, and study the ceremonial transition from one state to another. This transition is simultaneously denied and recognized by modern society and individual consciousness. The project is a result of a fundamental research and artistic exploration of the themes of tradition and modernity, collective illusion and individual freedom, the entertainment industry, economic interest and the eternal desire for a better life, procreation, rebirth and immortality.