Вы услышите 6 высказываний. Установите соответствие между высказываниями каждого говорящего A-F и утверждениями, данными в списке 1-7. Используйте каждое утверждение, обозначенное соответствующей цифрой, только один раз. В задании есть одно лишнее утверждение.
Which speaker says …
1. that if you don’t understand modern art you should learn more about it.
2. that this exhibition differs very much from conventional ones.
3. when and where most of exhibits were created.
4. that tickets are quite expensive.
5. that it is not an easy thing to make an installation.
6. that the exhibition contains an impressive mixture of various technologies.
7. that you can take part in some kinds of creative activity.
A – 1
B – 2
C – 7
D – 6
E – 5
F – 3
Speaker A: Faced with modern art, have you ever felt embarrassing confusion?Well, you won’t be confused any longer because the Moscow Museum of Modern Art is holding an educational exhibition called ‘If I Only Knew’ — essentially an ABC in understanding modern art. ‘If I Only Knew’ is an interactive project. You will be given a map at the entrance, and if you follow it carefully and do all the tasks — like in a quest game — you are supposed to reach an understanding of modern art basics and especially of what is called «contemporary» art.
Speaker B: ‘If I Only Knew’ is an interactive project, which is quite unusual in such a conservative place as a museum in Russia. Usually you are not supposed to touch anything or to talk in a loud voice, and please watch the kids in case they try to play in such a sacred place. In this exhibition you don’t have to follow such rules — in fact, you are encouraged to play, to touch the objects and to bring noisy kids with you. But you have to follow at least one rule — follow the set route.
Speaker С: There are five workshop rooms, where you can practice everything you have just learned in the exhibition halls: colour a picture, take a photo, make an installation and solve the enigma of Malevich’s ‘Black Square’. The Black Square Hall is the beginning of the exposition and the Lectorium is the last, which is supposed to symbolise that if you are not now a professor, then at least you are quite an advanced amateur in modern art.
Speaker D: There are also such parts as Tradition (remember your school days: without knowing the classics, you, of course, cannot judge the newest pieces), and the Event hall, which teaches the difference between such things as a performance, an art happening and an art-action. The exhibition incorporates 3D pictures, iPads and video installations, and the curators were excited to have used some cool new technologies along with artworks from the mid-20th century.
Speaker E: At first, the exhibition was planned for kids in order to teach them the basis of modern art but then it was being made, it turned into one for all ages. The important part of the exhibition is playing but it also wants visitors to get the feeling of responsibility each artist has in front of the public. You can’t just put down a candy wrapper and say you’ve made an installation; you have to put your views and thoughts into the piece you are making.
Speaker F: Each of the rooms is dedicated to a single significant phenomenon, concept, approach or problem of contemporary art. The core of the project is works from the collection of the Moscow Museum of Modern Art; however, pieces from other holdings will be added, too. Mainly the exhibits were produced in recent years but some key concepts are exemplified with works of the second half of the 20th century, also from the Museum collection.