The exhibition unites the created by Saodat Ismailova during the last five years of video work. The video poem “Zukhra” was for the first time exhibited in the pavilion of Central Asia at the 55th Venice Biennale, double – channel video of the “Two Horizons” artist filmed near Baikonur on the tomb of the legendary Turkic poet and musician Korkyt (IX century), who believed that to achieve immortality can be due to levitation. Dedicated to the extinct in the second half of XX century Turanian tigers video farewell “Bewitched” Ismailova created in the commonwealth with composer Camille Norma, who writes music for a unique instrument i.e. glass harmonics. The three – channel video installation “Whisper Ox” tells the story of the Amu Darya river (Ox), the waters of which connect the Pamirs with the Aral Sea, and the people who tell the ancient waters their dreams. The project will also be hosted the premiere of the new “Immortal letters” dedicated to the Sogdian language by Saodat Ismailova. Sogdian language today is considered dead (its last written monuments pertain to XI century), but the artist is sure that the language cannot die, continuing to live in the subconscious and collective memory. On the exhibition Qo'rg'on Chiroq Saodat Ismailova worked in collaboration with the senior curator of the London gallery Tate Modern Andrea Lissoni and the architects, co – founders of the Milan architectural bureau GRACE Ekaterina Golovatiuk and Giacomo Cantoni.