Exhibition "Kawarga. Apocalypse. 21.12" includes a dozen of large-scale sculptures combined in one installation which incarnate artist's old dream about the end of the world. These sculptures are as metaphorical as they are real in their reflection of the artist's thinking about the fine line of transition from a chaotic to a structural state and back in the process of evolution of the humanity. It is clearly a metaphysical outlook on the human being as a tiny particle of the universe which is inseparable from the Earth and its resources.
Dmitry Kawarga project marks the artist's role as one of the leaders of the new national sculpture who, at the same time, is capable of using plastic images to address such burning issues as global apocalypse titled the "End of The World". The exhibits reflect further the ideas of paleogeomorphology which have been lately developed by Kawarga. These include the artefacts from the "Paleogeomorphological Cores" series which demonstrate the development of the mankind through some sort of "cultural rock samples" produced from the civilizational thickness.
The artist is interested in the issues referred to the evolution of human species and those of the cyclic and spiral development processes which are characterized by a constant repetition and overlapping of the formations emerging from the depth of civilization