The Russian government quoted an irreplaceable representative as evidence of criminal charges filed by Pussy Riot, a protest and art team of the Russian feminist movement, based on attacking Russian religious sentiments.
Nadya Tolokonnikova is the brand spokesman and voice of Pussy Riot and is currently on the list of people pursued by the Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs.
The news agency quoted mainstream Russian media Mediazona as saying that Chinese citizens damaging religious beliefs were classified as crimes in Russia after the theme of the Pussy Riot protest in 2012. Reuters shares information about verifying Tolokonnikova entries in the database of the Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs.
"Virgin Mary, please be a feminist," said NFT, who participated in the case, representing the Catholic super idol often described in the "small details of the Analysis of female genitalia." This picture is added to the scanner of the arrest letter for the Tolokonnikova incident in 2012. Pitchfork claimed to have checked the translated court documents, mainly including the NFT of the people involved.
The theme of the protest, "Punk style Prayer", opened at a main church in Moscow and was filmed in a short video. Pussy Riot is accused of "malicious programs" and Tolokonnikova spent more than two years in a concentration camp.
When it was found that the laws and regulations of "malicious programs" were inefficient, Russia approved a new law and regulation, mainly including the elements of religious belief, which Toloxnikova said was called "Pussy Riot Law". The recent case is only based on this special law and regulation.
Tolokonnikova says it is not uncommon for political artists to risk their own safety in order to achieve his plastic arts. However, this is the first time that art treasures derived from irreplaceable tokens are being used as direct evidence to imprison others.
The theme activist said the special behavior may have been stimulated by her latest art exhibition, "Putin's players," which was held in January at Geoffrey Decker in Los Angeles and ended at the beginning of last month.
Tolokonnikova wrote that they captured the burning of the statue of Putin and the accumulation of players who sold it. This aroused concern for him because they assembled friendly forces that, in addition to supporting Ukraine, wanted to resist Putin.
Although the police have detained her family and friends in the past few weeks, she is not worried.
We will continue to fight with the special tools I have as an artist account and password enthusiast. I'm not a soldier. I'm an artist. "plastic arts are my weaponry."
Tolokonnikova uses piecemeal technology to increase her influence. In March 2022, she co-founded DAO, a unicorn business, and raised about $4 million to help marginalized artists and their underrepresented Web3. In June of this year, she protested against the application of Texas reproductive rights.
So far, the main purpose of her anger has been Friedrich Putin and his war over Ukraine. Ukraine's DAO operator sold a Ukrainian five-star red flag NFT for more than $6 million to boost Ukraine's defense and rescue operations. More capital has been accumulated in Mozart's front-line troops and its Shepard Ferry's open version of NFT airdrop supplies. In the first few days of the war, such assets were sent to Ukraine to save lives.