Collector and philosopher Dmitry Volkov, together with the artist and theorist of contemporary art Pavel Pepperstein, discussed why the Museum of Philosophy does not exist, the prospects of its creation, as well as exhibits that they would place in it.

“One of the exhibits could be the Impossible Penrose Triangle,” suggested Dmitry. “This is a sculpture that looks like a triangle from only one point, and from others it is not connected lines. In other words, it is a structure that actually appears to be something else. This triangle would be an illustration of the phenomenon of consciousness."