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Typography Center for Contemporary Art together with the Goethe-Institut Moscow present a special program Training Fantasia, which will become part of the Pop-Up-festival of German culture and the German language in Krasnodar within the framework of the Year of Germany in Russia 2020/21. The program includes:

You can find the full schedule of the Pop-up festival dedicated to German culture and language in Krasnodar on the site.

When the familiar system of the world with a human being as its center begins to disintegrate, one of the defining feelings becomes the one of fear, feeling weird or not at ease. Fear provokes the realization that various beings, phenomena and even groups of people are as important agents as we. They may be inaccessible to sight, but they affect our life and radically change it. The virus is one of the most telling examples of this kind of agent. Referring to the experience of instability, which the pandemic has only increased, Training Fantasia seeks ways of its positive transformation, and in this search proceeds from the statement: any experience is collective and based on interaction.

Training Fantasia is an imagination exercise: what else could our present, future and past be? What can be the relationships and collectives within the human community and beyond?

The team of the Training Fantasia program

Curators: Elena Ischenko, Marianna Kruchinski, Misha Kurilov
Curator of the Feminist Translocalities exhibition in Krasnodar: Daria Kucher
Idea: Stepan Subbotin
Design: Anna Filatova
PR support: Anna Naumova
Technical support: Misha Kurilov, Pavel Blokhin, Vasiliy Chernenkov (Garage MCA), DJ Studio
Exhibition installing: Stepan Subbotin, Vasily Subbotin, Evgeny Rimkevich, Misha Kurilov
Hospitality: Iolanta Dallada, Valeria Bukharova
Mediation: Ilya Borisov, Iolanta Dallada, Alexandra Dyomina, Daria Kucher, Dayana Svyatenko

RUS

Pop-Up-festival of German culture and the German language in Krasnodar is conducted from April 16 to 25 within the framework of the Year of Germany in Russia 2020/2021.

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PROGRAM

April 17 — July 2

Exhibition

Participants: Josefin Arnell and Pauline Cournier Jardin, Jesse Darling, Valia Fetisov, Cyprien Gaillard, Giorgi Gago Gagoshidze, Marina Naprushkina, Kirill Savchenkov, Sofia Skidan, Aleksei Taruts, Katerina Verba

Curators: Elena Ischenko and Marianna Kruchinski

The exhibition will bring together 11 artworks created by artists from Germany, Russia and other countries: art research, films, interactive installations, performances and much more. Each work in its own way comprehends the idea of ​​the weird, supernatural and frightening, and also fantasizes about possible configurations of the present, future and past; oversight and trust; political and bodily; social and superhuman; technological and sensual.

The main exhibition venue of Typography CCA

Josefin Arnell & Pauline Cournier Jardin. Muddle ‘n’ Mude explore environmental disaster. 2018 // Film still // Courtesy Ellen de Bruijne Projects

EVENTS WITHIN THE EXHIBITION

April 18, 12:00

Aleksei Taruts. GOLDEN HITS

The performative site-specific work Golden Hits by Aleksei Taruts on haunting communication and obsession with ghosts is based on a real event of a voice recording on a smartphone dictaphone in a somnambulistic state.

Golden Hits demonstrates presence as initially devoid of its own space, scalable from the audio document to the vibrations of the subwoofer speakers and then reflected from the plaster Soviet bas-reliefs depicting the languages ​​of the past and the future, to the eardrums of the cat show exhibits.

The ruin of the castle, erected in the Victory Park of Krasnodar, was invited to play the role of a ghost.

The performance will take place in the Park of the 30th Anniversary of Victory.

Gathering of guests strictly at 12:00 at the unfinished castle, coordinates: 45 ° 01’25.2 ″ N 38 ° 57’14.6 ″ E, map

April 18, 18:00 / April 21, 19:00 /
April 22, 19:00 / April 25, 16:00

Kirill Savchenkov. Fireworks and Gunpowder: The Boiling Mist. Performance

Performers: Ilya Borisov, Iolanta Dallada, Alexandra Demina, Daria Kucher, Anna Mayorova, Dayana Svyatenko.

Fireworks and Gunpowder board game was created on the basis of the game to prepare intelligence analysts to deal with difficult crisis situations. Games like this are based on games like Pandemic, a board game where players work together to battle lethal viruses that threaten to spread globally. a board game where players work together to battle lethal viruses that threaten to spread globally. Cooperating with each other, the players — Ocean, Activist, Artificial Intelligence, Red Fox, Plasma — must resolve the crisis in different environments — privacy, cryptography, war on terror.

The work, created by Kirill Savchenkov for the 12th Gwangju Biennale, will be shown at the Training Fantasia exhibition in an expanded form, like a letsplay of a board-game by means of a live action role playing.

Performances will be held at Typography CCA

Kirill Savchenkov. Fireworks and Gunpowder. 2018 // Courtesy of the Artist

MUSIC PROGRAM

Curator: Misha Kurilov
April 16, 21:00

Pavel Milyakov. Regenerating Spartak-98

Pavel Milyakov’s audiovisual work on instability,
interaction, and data (memory) recovery using a neural network algorithm based on the mechanics of this very contact.

One of the most striking examples of human interaction is football matches during the COVID-19 pandemic, when there were only players in the stadiums, but no fans. The absence of crowds of sports fans created a sense of strangeness and irregularity of the game, and artificial crowd noises were used to restore the familiar atmosphere of the stadium-pre-recorded sounds that mimic the reactions of the audience, thereby affecting the audio-visual image. In his work for the Training Fantasy program, Pavel will use this same technique and player detection algorithms to recreate the Spartak and Inter match of the UEFA Cup semi-final, which took place on April 14, 1998, and the match was held in the terrible conditions of the Russian spring, and the football field was mud sprinkled with sand.

The visual part of the work Regenerating Spartak-98 was created in collaboration with Max Kreis, a Berlin-based media artist

Location: Typography CCA (invitation only)

The performance will be broadcast online by the link

Pavel Milyakov is an interdisciplinary artist engaged in contemporary art and audiovisual performances. Audio materials and documentation of the works are published on a new platform called PSY X.

April 17, 18:30

HMOT. Hyperspecific

HMOT (Stas Sharifullin) work was made specifically for the Training Fantasia music program as a four-part spatial composition for a quadrophonic (four-channel) sound installation from cars with a tuned acoustic system.

The main focus of the work is aimed at joint work with representatives of the community of fans of car audio — modified car audio systems capable of reproducing an extended frequency range at high, often extreme, sound pressure levels.

The basic elements of the composition will be determined in the process of questioning the owners of the cars participating in the performance. The elements set in this way will play, transform and combine into pseudo-random rhythmic and harmonic patterns. Stochastic sequence generation algorithms and computer synthesis methods are used to create the work.

The performance will take place under the Turgenevsky bridge from the Krasnodar side 

Admission is free, by registration (the link will be available later)

HMOT (Stas Sharifullin) is an artist, composer and sound researcher, PhD in Philology, head of the Master’s program in Sound Art & Sound Studies at the HSE School of Design. Participant of international festivals and biennales: Manifesta, CTM Berlin, Unsound, etc., participant of the residency program of Cashmere Radio (Berlin).

18 апреля, 21:00

Hugo Esquinca. Acción [VoiP_99dBSPL]

Work on gradual interference, damage and wear, using the example of a MEMS microphone in a mobile phone, with the subsequent complete destruction of the device. Performance is a call in the WhatsApp messenger from Berlin, is played in real time on a KUDO L-Acoustics line array> 99 dB in a no longer functioning hangar at the ZIP plant (Plant of Measuring Devises — Zavod Izmeritelnikh Priborov), Krasnodar, Russia.

Hugo Esquinca is a sound researcher in the field of audio electronics and acoustic interventions. He focuses on the study of various degrees of sound impact and the transmission of forms of reflection at the time of excessive amplification and tension.

The performance will take place at 5 G37 Zipovskaya St. (map)

Admission is free, by registration (the link will be available later)

Hugo Esquinca is an artist and sound researcher in audio electronics and acoustic interventions living in Berlin. His work has been presented in different contexts such as Stedelijk Museum (Amsterdam), Ujazdowski Castle for Contemporary Arts (Warsaw), Haus der Kulturen der Welt (Berlin), Tresor and Berghain (Berlin) among others.

April 25, 19:00

Perila. Attitudes to Senses in Reverse

The sound makes the body move, the movement of the body gives space for the voice. Neither the performer nor the audience knows what will happen. It is a mutual exploration of the unknown through the acceptance of what is in space, allowing one to succumb to it, and thus this process illuminates the resistance between «strange» and safe places. Performance as a way to dive into the space between the comfort zone and the unknown.

Embodying states of free flow without judgment, but with a conscious presence and a deep touch to the environment can help make our lives less scary, we accept change and unite. Observation of movement in a continuous stream, coming from the sound, and then passing through the whole body and again being released through the voice.

Taking and changing forms in the free stream of consciousness is a natural reaction of the body. Practicing this approach can provide a lot of space for positive change and acceptance of what may seem «strange or unknown».

The performance will take place at the Cashmere Radio venue.

The broadcast will be available via YouTube channel and at the Typography CCA

PERILA (Alexandra Zakharchenko) is an artist working and living in Berlin. Over the past few years, she has released several releases combining ASMR techniques with aerial ambient synthesis in its most amorphous form. She releases material almost monthly, combining this with curating the platform radio.syg.ma. The artist has participated in many musical events in various clubs in Germany and Russia, including Atonal, Konglomerat, and Berghain.

Music program partner

Cashmere Radio

Cashmere Radio is a not-for-profit community experimental radio station based in Lichtenberg, Berlin. The ambition of the station is to preserve and further radio and broadcasting practices. It is an attempt to enhance and celebrate the performative, social and informative power of radio that we believe lies within the form itself.

FILM PROGRAM

Curator: Marianna Kruchinski
April 17, 21:00 — April 18, 21:00

24 hour non-stop

The program includes films of different timing, different genres, the so-called experimental and audience, festival hits and forgotten films. The path of radical openness to all films in order is one of the ways that we offer to viewers who have not been able to get into the cinemas of Krasnodar for a year. A spontaneous visit to the cinema at 5 a.m., a test of the maximum possible viewing time and chaotic floating around the exhibition hall with a visit to the cinema, then to a cafe and back are just some of the ways to explore the viewing experience that you can try in 24 hours of this cinema attraction.

The film program will be held in the amphitheater of the Typography CCA

The entrance to the program is free

KP Transmission (Karina Kazaryan) will perform at the opening of the film program. Two silent German films Serpentine (1985) and Different from the Others (1919) will be accompanied by live avant-garde electronic music performed by Karina.

April 17, 21:00 — April 18, 21:00

24 hour non-stop

The program includes films of different timing, different genres, the so-called experimental and audience, festival hits and forgotten films. The path of radical openness to all films in order is one of the ways that we offer to viewers who have not been able to get into the cinemas of Krasnodar for a year. A spontaneous visit to the cinema at 5 a.m., a test of the maximum possible viewing time and chaotic floating around the exhibition hall with a visit to the cinema, then to a cafe and back are just some of the ways to explore the viewing experience that you can try in 24 hours of this cinema attraction.

The film program will be held in the amphitheater of the Typography CCA

The entrance to the program is free

KP Transmission (Karina Kazaryan) will perform at the opening of the film program. Two silent German films Serpentine (1985) and Different from the Others (1919) will be accompanied by live avant-garde electronic music performed by Karina.

SPECIAL EVENTS

April 22
12:00

Lena Klabukova. Real Estate

In the Krasnodar regional art museum named after F. A. Kovalenko Lena Klabukova will hold an individual-choir session of internal VR. Participants will consider traditional exposure in terms of potential, both deep consumption of arts and use of time, and in the sense of an increased loss of metastability in relation to current social and media trends.

Lena Klabukova is an artist who is interested in the influence of media on a person and experiments with the interactions of the mental and physical, involving abstract constructions in bodily perception. Involvement of participants in group dynamics and suggestibility issues are other important aspects. In academic practice, she was engaged in research of computer games.

The performance will take place at the Krasnodar regional art museum named after F. A. Kovalenko

Free admission by registration (the link will be available later)

Lena Klabukova. Meditation on the information Be Water My Friend. 2018 // Photo: Alina Desyatnichenko

April 20 — May 30

Feminist Translocalities

Curator of the exhibition in Krasnodar: Daria Kucher

18+

The purpose of the exhibition is to tell about the many regional feminist initiatives in Russia and Germany. Feminist translocalities are composed of posters, texts and artwork whose content is related to forms of decolonial and feminist reflection on the collective history of their own countries, families, as well as personal stories of finding a home.

The authors of the presented works question the past and present of the countries of the former USSR and Germany, asserting their place in homo- and transsexuals, disability, the experience of non-white women, talking about the challenges of feminist and LGBTIQ* -activism, the work of NPOs and the development of the discipline of gender studies.

In 2020, the exhibition was held in St. Petersburg, Kazan, Omsk, Tolyatti, Perm and Irkutsk. In Krasnodar, the exhibition will be supplemented by works of Krasnodar, Sochi and Perm artists.

On May 18, within the framework of the exhibition, there will be a series of discussions devoted to the problem of the Crimean Tatars, as well as a presentation of the project Caring for the Shaky Ground of the Distributed Cognition Cooperative (Sasha Shestakova, Anna Engelhardt). Historians, researchers of the Crimean Tatars, as well as the artist Katerina Verba (Novorossiysk) will take part in the discussions.

The exhibition is organized by Bridging Feminisms, Dekabristen e.V.

Exhibition materials are available on the website: https://feminisms.co/

The exhibition will be held in the library of the Typography CCA 

The entrance to the exhibition is free

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