Distinctive feature of the new generation of artists from Qazaqstan is a somewhat indifferent attitude towards the theme of identity that was predominant part of the research for the artists working in the 1990s. Grown in the internet and fed by the visual language of MTV and Nickelodeon, today's thirty year olds understand identity as a temporary construct and consciously avoid such common topics as, for instance, nomadism.
The exploration of local culture is soon replaced with the desire to use formulas common for an imaginary "Berlin artist" and to address questions concerning pure art (history, form, technique and technology) rather than its socio-cultural cover.
Group exhibition no no no no no madism offers visitors of Blazar an opportunity to look at the new generation of young Qazaqi artists outside of the context of nomadism that was so carefully developed by the older generation of the curators. Strata as a way of concentrating on a certain age group of the artists and the means of a hurtful separation of one epoch from another connects different artworks present at the booth.