Cosmoscow • Programme
September 15 – 17 2022
     
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Programme

Lars Ø Ramberg, Benefit of Doubt

Lecture supported by Pikene på Broen.

Food Event as a Space for Interaction, a public talk about collective dinners curated by artists in the context of interaction aesthetics

Discussion. Participants: Julia Belousova (Ephemeral dinner), Evgeniya Chassagnard, Yuri Yurkin, (both – Untitled), Ivan Gorshkov, Ilya Fedotov-Fedorov, Taus Makhacheva. Moderator: Alexei Maslyaev.

Confuse-A-Cat or Social Consequences of Love for Animals

Discussion. Participants: Vitaly Barabanov, Alex Buldakov, Alina Glazun, Oleg Kulik. Moderator: Alexander Zhuravlev.

Cosmoscow educational program me to answer the question “Where is the Revolution?"

This year Cosmoscow Talks educational programme reflects on the topic of the Cosmoscow non-commercial programme “Where is the Revolution?” in a series of lectures and public talks enhanced by art performances. Each event provides its own interpretation of revolutionism from social consequences of love for animals to new media art.

(Im)perfect Futures: Utopia as Escape, Inspiration, Critique and Danger

Discussion. Participants: Ivar Maskutov (PostNauka), Denis Maksimov (Avenir Institute), Hani Rashid (Asymptote Architecture), Dr Maya Van Leemput (ReelFutures), Natalya Akhmerova (Mars Dreams Agency). Moderator: Igor Akhmerov.

Cultural Potential of Technology: Opportunities for Art and Society Beyond the Boundaries of our Perception.

Discussion. Participants: Natalia Fuchs, Antonio Geusa, Anton Baranov. Moderator: Alexei Maslyaev.

Artist in the Floating World (celebrating 25th anniversary of the Institute of Contemporary Art)

Discussion supported by the Institute of Contemporary Art. Participants: Ilya Budraitskis, Anna Titova, Andrey Parshikov, Kirill Gluschenko, Vladimir Logutov, Olga Kroytor. Moderator: Stanislav Shuripa.

Geir Tore Holm, Poetic Passage

The lecture supported by Pikene på Broen.

Cosmoscow Kids Programme topic will be dedicated to environment

The programme is designed and carried out by the School of Modern Art (SOMA).