First, there is a travelling path between two major Russian cities: Moscow and Saint-Petersburg. In nowadays Russia the urbanisation is brutal – big cities grow fast and the amount of abandoned settlements between them grow even faster. The path designed to emphasis on the tourist potential of the hinterlands and to support thinning out communities.
According to the concept of slow tourism, the path includes tracking, boating and cycling to immerse into the environment and also to reduce carbon footprint.
Second, there is a network of inhabited and desolated areas, natural and man-made attractions and numerous local initiatives along the path that could be joined up to provide infrastructure.
Third, there is a chain of multifunctional areas designed and placed in specific territories of the path to reinforce the network, provide additional attraction to the travellers as long as to serve the needs of local communities. All of these areas have various types of exhibition spaces suited to different types of contemporary arts, from microscopic mycelium studies to large-scaled land art. Here is the list of these areas: House of Algorithm Art, Retreat for Contemplation, Light Foundation, Sound Park, Healing Workshop, Non-Bridge Landmark, Art Gallery, Domestic Magic Area, Frozen Time Memorial, Water Studies Centre, Cave Showroom.