Typography Center for Contemporary Art together with the Goethe-Institut Moscow present Research laboratory Experience as Art.
Laboratory is a part of Training Fantasia special program — a 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.
Lika Kareva, a philosopher and a teacher in the field of contemporary art, is engaged in the development of the themes and programs of the laboratory; she will also become the host of the laboratory.
Lecturers of the laboratory will be philosophers and researchers from Russia, Germany and other countries: Oxana Timofeeva (Russia), Valentin Golev (Germany), Nina Power (Great Britain), JP Caron (Brazil).
The laboratory’s program will include lectures, seminars, reading groups, and will also be integrated into other events of a special program within the framework of the Training Fantasia program.
Participants are people of different practical and theoretical specialties to participate in the laboratory — artists, philosophers, curators, art historians and practitioners of related fields. Together with the entire research team, you will be able to develop concrete answers to the questions posed by the program — both in practical and theoretical form.
Elina Bolshenkova (Moscow)
Nick Dyagterev (Moscow)
Sasha Demina (Krasnodar)
Janna Dolgova (Saint-Petesrbourg)
Anton Zabrodin (Kaliningrad)
Elena Kolesnikova (Gelendzhik)
Lera Kononchuk (Moscow)
Olga Kudryantseva (Moscow)
Anna Litovskikh (Ekaterinburg)
Eugenia Sinenko (Gelendzhik)
Nadya Striga (Ekaterinburg)
Tatiyana Ukolova (Sochi)
Alla Mirovskaya (Moscow)
Daniela Fatykhova (Perm)
Laboratory will held from April 16 till April 25 in Krasnodar.
The program will take place in Krasnodar. Working languages: Russian, English.
EXPERIENCE AS ART educational programme starts from a basic assumption: intersubjective experience is not a given, but a constructed state. That assumption gives us an opportunity to think: what makes common experience possible (transcendental question), what are specific ways of constructing objects of human experience in such a way, such that they would be readable for another human being (art practices), and how does the reciprocal process of exchanging personal bits of experience with it’s common ground unfold on everyday level (elaboration of politics).