SUPERM is an international multimedia art team founded by Russian author and artist Slava Mogutin (born 1974) and American artist and musician Brian Kenny (b. 1982). Having joined their forces in 2004, both artists come from completely different backgrounds: Siberian-born Mogutin was exiled from Russia at the age of 21 for his queer writings and activism; Kenny was born on the American military base in Heidelberg, Germany, and grew up traveling throughout the US with his all-American, Catholic, military family. They are responsible for site-specific, multimedia gallery and museum shows in New York, Los Angeles, London, Berlin,Stockholm, Oslo, Bergen, Moscow, and León (Spain).
SUPERM videos have recently been shown at the GLBT Film Festival, The International Short Film Festival Oberhausen, MIX NYC, Revolution & Sexual Revolution Film Festival in Tokyo, Paris Gay & Lesbian Film Festival, PornfilmfestivalBerlin (2nd Prize in Short Film Competition), as well as various art and club venues across Europe and the US.
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SPUTNIK 3, Galleri s.e, Bergen, Norway (with Gio Black Peter).
But Her Majesty’s Roastbeef Curtains Wouldn’t Open for Him, Blow de la Barra Gallery, London. SUPERM Toilet #2, White Cubicle Toilet Gallery, George and Dragon Public House, London.
Slava Mogutin: Photography and Video, Allmänna Galleriet 925, Stockholm.
Wiggers in Berlin, Galerie Deschler, Berlin. Belyi Negr (Wigger), Regina Gallery, Moscow.