The exhibition unites the symbiosis of nomadic, Soviet and capitalist culture and is a kind of presentation of the artworks created within the framework of the international project Nomadic Art Camp, which took place from 2011 to 2016 on the coasts of the mountain lakes: Issyk-Kul, SaryChelek, Son-Kul; and with subsequent exhibitions in Bishkek and mobile exhibitions in the Karakol, Jalal-Abad, Osh and Naryn. Participants from Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Kazakhstan, Turkey, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Spain, Mexico, Denmark, Liechtenstein, Russia, Japan lived in traditional Kyrgyz yurts and reflected the issues of environmental and cultural heritage through exsplore of nomadic traditions and the environment, using art as a means of reflection, expression and the power of change, analyzing the current situation, threats and prospects for the future. At the opening ceremony the jazz band "Salt Peanuts" presented a performance of traditional Kyrgyz music and jazz. After, the performance "Blind" was presented to the viewers; it tells us about that Kyrgyzstan still have not found a correct and holistic vision of ourselves (as a person, people, society, state) and our further way of development. Such a rethinking today is a paramount task for society. Eternity has a special grace - it opens its veils even when we are blind and blind others. It gives freedom of choice even when we deprived ourselves of freedom and others.