The Temporary Exhibition Hall changes expositions several times a year. Curators choose a variety of topics and launch projects that support the concept of the museum and the cluster.
During the two years since its opening, the room has hosted several large-scale exhibitions appreciated by both citizens and guests of Tula.
The first art project of the space is the exhibition "The Ruin: Experience of Reconstruction."
It was dedicated to the restoration of the plant and the creation of new forms of cultural life in its space.
The project was curated by Svetlana Taylor (BHSAD).
The second project is Pavel Otdelnov's personal exhibition "Factory Anecdotes," which tells about the artist's ancestors who worked at chemical plants in Dzerzhinsk, Nizhny Novgorod Region.
At the end of December 2018, the temporary exhibition space opened the "Co-author" exhibition, an exhibition-coloring and an experiment, in which 50 contemporary artists, including Tula ones, took part.
The author of the total installation is the artist and curator Katya Bochavar.
From April 26 to August 15, 2019, the "Inventing the Bicycle: Tula-2019" exhibition was held in the temporary exposition space of the Museum of the Machine.
The joint project of the Museum of the Machine and the Polytechnic Museum told about the invention and evolution of the bicycle and about the development of cycling sports, which is becoming increasingly popular in Tula.
On September 7, 2019, the Museum of the Machine opened the "Elektrobutik: Archive of Modernity" exhibition.
The exhibition consisted of works that combine fashion aesthetics with information technology, as well as modern design and pop art with a critical view.
On December 6, 2019, a joint exhibition with the State Museum of the History of Russian Literature named After V.I. Dahl "How does a book sound?" opened. It is an exhibition-game, a space for exploring the nature of sound and literary impressions, personal memories, and favorite literary characters.
The central interactive part of the exhibition was five pieces of art that won an open vote among citizens: "The Wizard of the Emerald City" by Alexander Volkov, Harry Potter series by J.K. Rowling, "The Little Prince" by Antoine de Saint-Exupery, "Alice's Adventure in Wonderland" by Lewis Carroll, and children books by Tove Jansson.
The exhibitions of the room are constantly changing.
To learn more about the current exhibition in the Museum of the Machine, as well as about masterclasses and excursions in it, please visit the museum's website