МЕНЯ МУЧАЮТ СОМНЕНИЯ. ЧТО, ЕСЛИ ВСЕ НА СВЕТЕ ИЛЛЮЗИЯ И МЫ НАХОДИМСЯ В ВАКУУМЕ? ЗАЧЕМ ТОГДА БЫЛО ПОКУПАТЬ КОВЕР ЗА ТАКИЕ ДЕНЬГИ? ВУДИ АЛЛЕН
A-I-R PROGRAM

7 Jul 31 Aug 2018

We are proud to introduce Hong Jinhwon (b. 1980), a photographer from South Korea who stays at ZARYA AiR in July-August. He is interested in the point where the social scenes created by humans are disagreed with each other. Besides the photography, Hong works as an exhibition organizator. He used to be one of the cofounders of the self-organized art space Space Nowhere (Seoul, 2014-2017). Currently he takes part in organization of an alternative photography art fair The Scrap (Seoul, since 2015) and publishes articles on the theory of photography. The project for ZARYA AiR is his second project in Russia. The previous one was realized during the Baikal Nomadic Residency Program in Irkutsk (2014-2015). "Zarya" is the second of his projects, which were embodied in Russia. The previous one was realized during the Baikal Nomadic Residency Program in Irkutsk (2014-2015).

More details about artist's projects: jinhwon.com.

5 Jul 15 Aug 2018

Our resident Anastasia Tsayder (b. 1983, Saint-Petersburg) is an artist who investigates cultural and social issues in Russian society through the medium of documentary photography.

She is a finalist of Kandinsky’s Art Prize in Young Artist nomination and winner of Silver Camera photo contest. Anastasia took part in a numerous exhibitions in Russia and abroad, including Russian Interiors (Moscow Museum of Modern Art), Moscovia.Research (Museum of Applied Arts, Moscow), festival Rencontres d’Arles (Франция).

Moreover, she curated an exhibition New Landscape at Yeltsin Center (Russia, Yekaterinburg, 2018).

In Vladivostok, Anastasia continues her project Arcadia, a research on an urban landscape. She says: «with the shift from socialistic to capitalist economics, urban flora has become to grasp spaces. Plants are not only an illustrative result of social changes but also witnesses of these processes».

More info: http://tsayder.com

15 ИЮЛЯ / 15:00 / КИНОЗАЛ

15 июля в 15:00 состоится встреча с фотографом из Южной Кореи Хоном Джинхвоном (Hong Jinhwon). Он представит проекты, выполненные в Корее и Японии – в частности, пейзажную фотографию, в которой находят свое отражение острые социальные проблемы, – и поделится своими впечатлениями о Владивостоке.

Хон Джинхвон (р. 1980) – южнокорейский фотограф, живет и работает в Сеуле. Его интересуют несовпадения между разнообразными аспектами социальной жизни, которые проявляются в его снимках. Помимо фотографии, Хон занимается выставками. Так. он являлся одним из сооснователей самоорганизованного пространство Space Nowhere (Сеул, 2014-2017), а в настоящее участвует в организации альтернативной фотоярмарки The Scrap (Сеул, с 2015 г.) и публикует тексты по теории фотографии. Проект для арт-резиденции «Заря» - второй по счету для художника в России, предыдущий был реализован художником в рамках проекта «Baikal Nomadic Residency Program» в Иркутске (2014-2015 гг.) Подробнее о проектах художника: jinhwon.com

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14 ИЮЛЯ / 15:00 / КИНОЗАЛ

14 июля в 15:00 московский художник Роман Минаев расскажет о своих предыдущих работах и представит проект для резиденции, который называется «Места не столь отдаленные». В нем художник планирует исследовать тему свободы художественного акта и проблематику его границы с правонарушением.

Роман Минаев родился в 1970 году в Санкт-Петербурге, живет и работает в Москве. Изучал графику в Кильском университете архитектуры, дизайна и свободного искусства; китайскую каллиграфию в Национальной академии художеств в Ханчжоу; а также «Искусство в контекстве» в Берлинском университете искусств. Автор персональных проектов, участник многих международных выставок и фестивалей искусства новых медиа. Роман является преподавателем образовательных программ в области современного искусства. С 2009 года он ведет курс «Интермедиа» в Московской школе фотографии и мультимедиа им. Родченко. Роман курировал выставочные проекты в Московском музее современного искусства, Мультимедиа арт музее, Центральном выставочном зале Манеж, Музее Сидура, Государственном центре современного искусства и др. Подробнее о проектах художника: romanminaev.com.

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The new resident of ZARYA AiR is Ekaterina Yushkevich (b. 1987), an artist from St. Petersburg. She has been interested in art of Russian regions for several years. Therefore, she considers participation in ZARYA AiR program as an opportunity to find herself at the opposite end of the country and look at the familiar things from a new angle. In current research, she focuses on one of Vladivostok's lighthouses, its history and present.
Ekaterina's works were exhibited at the Moscow Museum of Modern Art, the Metenkov House in Yekaterinburg, the Peace Square Museum Center in Krasnoyarsk, as well as at festivals in Krasnodar, Kazan, Minsk, Riga, Potsdam, and many others.

6-15 ИЮЛЯ / МАСТЕРСКАЯ АРТ-РЕЗИДЕНЦИИ (ЦРМ, 5 ВХОД)

Зона умолчания вокруг темы ГУЛАГа раскинулась не менее широко, чем сама «зона», огражденная двойным рядом колючей проволоки.

Взгляду приезжего наблюдателя, путника, чьи поиски то и дело нарушаются непрекращающимся джетлагом, присуща отстраненность, позволяющая выделить особенности восприятия истории местными жителями. Молодой город интенсивно развивается, и ему нет дела до рвов, полных человеческих костей. Здесь, на Дальнем Востоке, парадокс забвения как консервации памяти не работает. Забвение стирает следы.

Однако следы ГУЛАГа все же присутствуют всюду: разливаются по трубам водами из водохранилища, возведенного лагерными заключенными, пролегают построенными ими дорогами, о которые в резиновую пыль стираются шины с местного авторынка, струится волнами в эфире, обеспечивающими сотовую связь. Это радиоактивное излучение ГУЛАГа: вышки сотовой связи расположены на тех же местах, где заключенные «Дальстроя» возвели первые бетонные будки радиоузлов на сопках. Это излучение не покажет ни один счетчик Гейгера, но оно незримо присутствует везде.

SASHAPASHA в своей работе создают собственную систему образов, которая во многом строится из цитат и реминисценций: офицерская фуражка одновременно является и канвой для вышивки, и фрагментом карты, и «камнем» для тактической игры «го». Перелетные лебеди, птицы печали и мифологические психопомпы, долетают до дальневосточного берега, обретают специфическую форму и сгорают в пламени, превращаясь в насмешку над несбывшейся революцией. Тема трансцендентности и «шизофренической взаимосвязи всего со всем» отразилась и в интерпретации океанских вод как «адских врат», поглотивших «Индигирку» и ставших последним пристанищем «Дальстроя», после взрыва которого мазут пролился над морем инфернальным дождем, и природа до сих пор хранит следы катастроф.

Многочисленные символы вступают в диалог друг с другом, превращаясь в причудливую макабрическую головоломку, в которой зашифрованы сюжеты мифов, сказок, современной литературы и факты истории. Для всех желающих распутать этот сложный клубок смыслов и контекстов художники оставят набор подсказок – часть информационных материалов, которыми они пользовались при подготовке к созданию работы.

Арт-резиденция «Заря» выражает благодарность Приморскому государственному музею имени В.К. Арсеньева, Музейно-выставочному центру г. Находка и Приморской краевой публичной библиотеке им. А.М. Горького за помощь в поиске информации.

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*Справка: SASHAPASHA – дуэт художников Александры Ротц (1985 г.р.) и Павла Ротца (1982 г.р.), основанный в 2009 г. в Санкт-Петербурге. Живут и работают в Хельсинки, Финляндия. Окончили Институт PRO ARTE, Вечернюю школу Мемориала, Санкт-Петербургскую государственную художественно-промышленная академию имени А.Л. Штиглица, работают и продолжают образование в Финляндии. SASHAPASHA работают с различными медиа: анимация, живопись, инсталлянция, перформанс и т.д. Они также являются основателями одноименного бренда украшений. В 2016 году вошли в лонг-лист премии Сергея Курёхина в номинации Гран-при.

ZARYA CCA announces an open call for proposals for Russian interdisciplinary researchers interested in working in Asia, as part of the research exchange program, CONTACT ZONES: FAR EAST. CONTACT ZONES: FAR EAST is realized in the partnership with HOW Art Museum (Shanghai), MNG 360°(Ulaanbaatar) and Para Site (Hong Kong).

Applications will be accepted until July 27, 2018.

Zarya Center for Contemporary Art and Zarya Foundation for the Development of Contemporary Art supported by BELUGA GROUP are proud to announce the first open call for proposals for the international research exchange program Contact Zones: Far East, which offers one-month fellowships to up to three individuals from Russia to conduct interdisciplinary cross-cultural research on the Far East of Russia and Asia at one of the partner institutions in Asia in 2018-2019.

The program is designed to further encourage the research and self-identification of the Far East region with its unique geographical and historical features, the development of cultural exchange and cooperation between Russia and the Far East countries.

Alisa Bagdonayte, Zarya CCA Chief Curator: "This territory has a very complicated historical, cultural, social, and political context providing a unique subject for research and discussion. The purpose of our program is to promote and encourage the collaborative work of artists and curators who are interested in working in Primorsky Krai, the Far East and the neighboring countries of the Asia-Pacific Region. The flexibility of the program's boundaries will allow us to tailor the program to the research interests of our participants, who will help us to set and establish the focal points".

The program is realised in the format of exchange residencies and a grant for Russian researchers in partnership with HOW Art Museum (Shanghai), MNG 360° (Ulaanbaatar) and Para Site (Hong Kong).

Yun Cheagab, Director of HOW Art Museum: “As a region with a complex historical background, Northeast Asia may feature a wide range of political and economic systems, but at the same time it boasts a long history of geo-cultural interactions. Chinese culture has had a tremendous influence through the establishment of eastern culture in the region, while Russia positions itself as a kind of “Land Bridge between Europe and Asia,” integrating the two cultures through a collision and fusion of history on both sides. Since its founding, HOW Art Museum has adhered to the principle of fostering the local art scene while maintaining awareness of the global perspective and making efforts to advance exchanges and cultural cooperation between artists and cultural communities within the region. Continuing this tradition, we are pleased to announce that HOW Art Museum will serve as the Chinese partner of ZARYA Center for Contemporary Art. We are committed to joint efforts to develop artistic and cultural exchanges and provide support for research initiatives within the contemporary era of Northeast Asia”.

As part of the program, three researchers from Russia will have an opportunity to stay in a research residency at one of the partner institutions: in 2018, at HOW Art Museum, and in 2019, Para Site or MNG 360°. Respectively, researchers from Asia will have a chance to work in Russia. International art residence at ZARYA CCA will welcome researchers from Shanghai and Hong-Kong in October and November of 2018.

Alexander Mechetin, entrepeneur and founder of ZARYA CCA and BELUGA GROUP: “Due to its unique location, Vladivostok has all it takes to become the capital of European culture in the East, and a powerful magnet for creative forces from around the world, a place of mutual recognition, which is in high demand. This is evident in the fact that the art residence launched here three years ago has quickly gained professional recognition and international status, becoming a platform for more than 70 projects of artists from 15 countries. The promising results confirm the importance of our work, which is why we have decided to expand our program and provide opportunities not only for artists, but also for a wide range of researchers to work with the unique history and culture of our region”.

The grant welcomes artists and cultural practitioners (e.g. curators, historians, sociologists, geographers, writers, poets, musicians, philologists, and linguists) with research or publication experience focused on the local context of the Far East.

As part of the program, the participants from Russia will be provided accommodation at the partner institution, along with administrative and logistical support; reimbursement of airfare, visa fees and travel insurance; and a research grant of 65,000 Russian Rubles.

Applications are accepted through July 27. The final selection will be announced by the end of August 2018.

More information about the requirements and application procedure can be found here

Zarya Center of Contemporary Art is a non-profit institution that seeks to promote the achievements of contemporary culture in Russia and beyond, while supporting local emerging artists in Vladivostok. The center opened in Vladivostok in 2013 in the creative cluster on the grounds of the former Zarya textile factory, as part of an initiative by entrepreneur and patron, Alexander Mechetin, the founder of Russia’s largest alcoholic beverage company, BELUGA GROUP. Zarya CCA is designed to bring to the Primorsky Krai the highest achievements of contemporary culture in Russia and beyond, while fostering artists and the local art scene. Since the second half of 2014, ZARYA CCA has operated the only artist-in-residence program in the Far East, offering artists from different cities or countries the opportunity to realize projects in Vladivostok, with a focus on regional culture and the geographical context. In 2018, the program’s open call received a total of 310 applications, submitted by artists and collectives from 39 countries around the globe. Of this number, the jury selected 21 proposals for realization at ZARYA CCA.

http://zaryavladivostok.ru/

HOW Art Museum (Shanghai) was founded by Chinese collector Mr. Zheng Hao, and Mr. Yun Cheagab has served as director of the museum since 2012. It consists of two museums, namely HOW Art Museum (Shanghai) and HOW Art Museum (Wenzhou). The latter opened in 2013 and has held nearly 20 contemporary art exhibitions. HOW Art Museum (Shanghai) located in Pudong New District of Shanghai opened to public in September, 2017. The museum organizes exhibitions, produces publications, and conducts educational programs aimed at stimulating a critical thinking and fostering open dialogue addressing issues within the context of contemporary art and society.The main collections of HOW Art Museum include nearly 400 representative works and literatures of Joseph Beuys, representative works of Damien Hirst, Markus Lüpertz, Anish Kapoor, Darren Almond, Yayoi Kusama, Chun Kwang-Young, as well as some significant works of Xu Bing, Zhang Xiaogang, Lin Tianmiao, Zhang Huan, Ai Weiwei, Zhan Wang and other artists.

http://www.howartmuseum.org/

ParaSite (Hong Kong) is Hong Kong's leading contemporary art center and one of the oldest and most active independent art institutions in Asia. It produces exhibitions, publications, discursive, and educational projects aimed at forging a critical understanding of local and international phenomena in art and society. Founded in early 1996 as an artist run space, Para Site was Hong Kong's first exhibition-making institution of contemporary art and a crucial self-organized structure within the city’s civil society, during the uncertain period preceding its handover to Mainland China. Throughout the years, Para Site has grown into a contemporary art center, engaged in a wide array of activities and collaborations with other art institutions, museums, and academic structures in Hong Kong and the international landscape. In early 2015, Para Site moved to greatly increased premises, in North Point/Quarry Bay. Throughout its history, Para Site's activities have included a range of different formats, among which is P/S magazine (1997-2006), a bilingual publication, which was Hong Kong's first visual arts magazine and a central platform for the development of art writing and of the discursive scene in the city, and the Curatorial Training Program (2007-2010). Since 2012, Para Site has been running an International Art Residency Program and has been organizing an annual international conference. This is accompanied, starting from 2015, by a new educational format aimed at training young curators and other art professionals.

http://www.para-site.org.hk/

MNG 360° (Ulaanbaatar) is an Ulaanbaatar based independent, non-profit, contemporary art organization, designed to raise awareness around issues such as sustainability, nomadic culture, ecological decentralization and the spread of democracy by means of contemporary art, as an impulse generator for civil society in Mongolia. The organization’s main mission centers around promoting and realizing the biennial Land Art Mongolia.Since Autumn 2017 MNG 360° has organized Ulaanbaatar Public Art Week, with the focus on art in public space, with a program ranging from different events within the city of Ulaanbaatar and various art venues, as well as a symposium.

http://www.landartmongolia.com/

ZARYA CCA LAUNCHES THE INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH EXCHANGE PROGRAM CONTACT ZONES: FAR EAST / 2018

Call for Proposals for Grants for Russian Interdisciplinary Researchers in Asia

Application Deadline: July 27, 2018

Zarya Center for Contemporary Art and Zarya Foundation for the Development of Contemporary Art supported by BELUGA GROUP are proud to announces its first call for proposals forresearch grant Contact Zones: Far East, which offers one-month fellowships to up to three individuals from Russia to conduct interdisciplinary cross-cultural research of Russia’s Far East and Northeast Asia at one of the partner institutions in Northeast Asia.

The program is realized in partnership with HOW Art Museum (Shanghai), MNG 360° (Ulaanbaatar) and Para Site (Hong Kong).

The grant enables Russian artists and cultural practitioners (e.g. curators, historians, sociologists, geographers, writers, poets, musicians, philologists, and linguists) to carry out a research project during a one-month residency at one of the partner institutions. The program is designed to further encourage the research and self-identification of the Primorye and Far East region with its unique geographical and historical features, the development of cultural exchange, and collaboration between Russia and Northeast Asia.

The term “contact zone” was introduced by linguist Mary Louise Pratt in the 1990s to locate the spatial, temporal, geographic, economic, political and bodily interactions between different cultures during historical encounters with one another. Borrowing this understanding as the foundation of the research program, we would like to expand the field of research through studying a wide range of cross-cultural encounters, including the preconceptions, intentions, motivations, compromises, conflicts and accords, as well as the intellectual, emotional and corporal experiences.

This research program would first and foremost privilege dialogue, openness, mutual interactions and exchange, encounters with multiple viewpoints, and potential resolutions to all manner of inconsistencies in perspectives and representations, which, in our opinion, is what motivates these conversations, giving way to mutual recognition and a more adequate representation of the region on the world map.

APPLICATION GUIDELINES

Field of Study:

Applicants are encouraged to develop research proposals drawing on specific time periods, themes, or phenomena within a wider interdisciplinary inquiry and comparative analysis, dedicated to the history, art and culture of Primorye or the Russian Far East and the country of the hosting institutions.

Research projects can be structured using a variety of different thematic, disciplinary and methodological frameworks.

Selection Criteria:

  • Artists and researchers, representing various fields of study and specialization, such as curators, historians, sociologists, geographers, writers, poets, musicians, philologists, and linguists
  • Research and publication experience
  • Motivated by the context, with a focus on history of Vladivostok and the Far East and how it is connected to the local histories of partner institutions in Asia
  • Developed conceptual framework for the proposed project
  • Clear vision of the process for realizing the stated objectives
  • Citizen of the Russian Federation
  • Working knowledge of English or the language of the country of the hosting institution

Terms of the Grant One research project will be chosen for each of the three partner institutions.:

1. Zarya CCA will cover return airfare to the partner institution, visa fees, and travel insurance (max. 42,000 Russian Rubles)

2. Zarya CCA will award the three successful applicants a research grant of 65,000 Russian Rubles (which includes living expenses and research materials)

2. The partner institution will provide accommodation (max. 1 month)

3. The partner institution will provide the necessary administrative assistance on site, introductions to the local context and connections with local institutions and specialists

Conditions of Participation:

  • To give a public presentation in the format of a lecture, seminar, workshop, open studio, off-site event or educational course at the hosting institution
  • To submit all related documents, original or digital copies of materials collected during the research period and a written report (including possible interviews, a bibliography and photo documentation) to ZARYA CCA and the hosting partner institution at the conclusion of the residency
  • To contribute to the publication of the program’s catalogue, Contact Zones: Far East

Application Requirements:

  • Applications must be submitted in English and include:
  • CV
  • Portfolio showcasing recent projects, exhibitions, publications or extracts from the research papers

Project Proposal, including:

1. A brief description (1,500 words max.) of the intended research and its components (objectives, approach, and background), clearly articulating why it is important to conduct your research in the institution of your choice.

2. Research plan directly tied to the local context

3. Expected outcome of the research and proposal for the format of the public presentation at the hosting institution

4. Five images or illustrations related to the proposed research

The full proposal should be formatted in a single PDF file, titled according to the formula: Hosting Institution_Name.pdf

Hosting Institutions

HOW Art Museum (Shanghai | China)

Residency period: November 2018

HOW Art Museum was founded by Chinese collector Zheng Hao, and Yun Cheagab has served as director of the museum since 2012. It consists of two museums, HOW Art Museum (Shanghai) and HOW Art Museum (Wenzhou). The latter opened in 2013 and has held nearly 20 contemporary art exhibitions. HOW Art Museum (Shanghai), as a new cultural institution located in Pudong New District of Shanghai opened to public in September 2017. The museum organizes exhibitions, produces publications, and conducts educational programs aimed at stimulating critical thinking and fostering open dialogue addressing issues within the context of contemporary art and society. The main collections of HOW Art Museum include nearly 400 representative works and texts by Joseph Beuys, representative works of Damien Hirst, Markus Lüpertz, Anish Kapoor, Darren Almond, Yayoi Kusama, Chun Kwang-Young, as well as some significant works of Xu Bing, Zhang Xiaogang, Lin Tianmiao, Zhang Huan, Ai Weiwei, Zhan Wang and other artists.

HOW International Curatorial Residency Program offers short-term and intensive residencies at HOW Art Museum (Shanghai) for curators, scholars and arts writers worldwide who are interested in gaining deeper insight into the Chinese contemporary art scene. The residency program organizes meetings with art professionals, studio visits, gallery and institution visits, and attendance at selected performances and other events. Furthermore, the participants are invited to work in close collaboration and coordination with HOW Art Museum’s curatorial team at their museum office.

Para Site (Hong Kong)

Residency period: 2019 (exact date to be decided with the participant)

Para Site is Hong Kong's leading contemporary art center and one of the oldest and most active independent art institutions in Asia. It produces exhibitions, publications, discursive, and educational projects aimed at forging a critical understanding of local and international phenomena in art and society.

Founded in early 1996 as an artist run space, Para Site was Hong Kong's first exhibition-making institution of contemporary art and a crucial self-organised structure within the city’s civil society, during the uncertain period preceding its handover to Mainland China. Throughout the years, Para Site has grown into a contemporary art center, engaged in a wide array of activities and collaborations with other art institutions, museums, and academic structures in Hong Kong and the international landscape. In early 2015, Para Site moved to greatly increased premises, in North Point/Quarry Bay. Throughout its history, Para Site's activities have included a range of different formats, among which P/S magazine (1997-2006), a bilingual publication, which was Hong Kong's first visual arts magazine and a central platform for the development of art writing and of a discursive scene in the city. Starting from 2015, by a new educational format aimed at training young curators and other art professionals.

MNG 360° (Ulaanbaatar | Mongolia)

Residency period: Spring 2019

Call for Proposals for residency in Mongolia will be announced in autumn.

MNG 360° is an independent, non-profit, contemporary art organization (NGO) designed to raise awareness around issues such as sustainability, nomadic culture, ecological decentralization and the spread of democracy by means of contemporary art, as an impulse generator for civil society in Mongolia. The organization’s main mission centers around promoting and realizing the biennial Land Art Mongolia (LAM 360°).

Applications must be written in English and can be submitted until July 27, 2018 (GMT+3) via contactzones@zaryavladivostok.ru, with the email subject following the formula: Grant_Hosting Institution_ Name of Applicant.

The final selection will be announced by the end of August 2018.

For further questions regarding the application please contact

Ms Anastasia Marukhina, contactzones@zaryavladivostok.ru

28 ИЮНЯ - 2 ИЮЛЯ / МАСТЕРСКАЯ АРТ-РЕЗИДЕНЦИИ (ЦРМ, 5 ВХОД)

Инициатор проекта, финская художница Лилли Хаапала – потомок финского путешественника Эрика Кнаапе, прибывшего в 1869 году со своей семьёй в составе группы переселенцев из Финляндии. Спустя полторы сотни лет после этих событий она вместе с оператором Юри Яласмаки прибыла на Дальний Восток, чтобы своими глазами увидеть берега, на которые высадились ее предки в поисках утопии. От поселений энтузиастов, грезивших о лучшей жизни, практически не осталось зримых следов. Проходя теми же маршрутами, что их предшественники, собирая информацию в архивах и музейных хранилищах, художники не столько воспроизводят перед зрителем картину событий вековой давности, сколько создают собственную концептуальную структуру, в которой “научное” мышление сплетается с “утопическим”, история рассматривается как проекция одного временного измерения в другое, фантастической картины мира – на реальность.

География исследования, проведенного Лилли Хаапала и Юри Яласмаке, обширна. Свой путь художники начали в финском городе Турку, пересекли Россию на поезде, побывали на полуострове Песчаном и бухте Находка. Карта путешествий Лилли и Юри разворачивается перед посетителем настольной игрой, отсылающей к выпущенной в Финляндии в 1951 году “Звезде Африки” - популярной детской бродилке о приключениях авантюристов, разыскивающих драгоценный клад.

Таким образом, скупые данные и сухая информация, добытые художниками в архивах, обретают совершенно новую форму. Участники исследования Searching for Utopiaоказываются фигурами на поле, а императив истории с ее неоспоримыми фактами и неизбежной последовательностью событий нарушает элемент случайности. Каждый следующий ход обусловлен не только пространственно-временными факторами, но и персональной удачей, поэтому сценарий игры непредсказуем.

Вход свободный, для посещения необходимо обратиться на ресепшен ЦСИ «Заря».

22 ИЮНЯ / 20:00 / ЧИТАЛЬНЫЙ ЗАЛ

22 июня половина резидентского дуэта SASHAPASHA прощается со статусом «молодого художника» и входит в пору зрелости. Развенчание культа юности начнется с задорного диджей-сета с бессмертными хитами от виновника торжества, а финские резиденты Searching Utopia поддержат вечеринку-инициацию песнями на родном языке. Прикоснутся к чудесной тайне взросления и принять участие в торжестве приглашаются все желающие!

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