Armed and Dangerous: Behind the Scenes
1, at 7PM, as part of the Armed and Dangerous project, artists and authors of
series will discuss the video-series project.
event, there will be a discussion with the participants of the project Armed
and Dangerous. Artists will tell more about their own works, about the course
of events during the filming and will talk generally about the problem of the
growth of right-radical views in modern Ukrainian society.
of the discussion:
Armianovski is a performer and director. He studied under Yevhen Chystoklietov,
Marina Abramović, Janusz Bałdyga. He is a winner of DocudaysUA Film Festival
and Open Night in Kyiv, MyStreetFilms in Slavutych; a participant in the
exhibitions Ukraine: Learning from a Good Neighbour 1918-2018, Passenger in TonHalle, Munich (2018),
Permanent Revolution, Museum Ludwig , Budapest (2018), Olympics-1984 in
Donetsk, Visual Culture Research Center, Kyiv (2016), and others.
Parvulesco is a film director and researcher. He is the creator of the films
dendro dreams (2018; together with Teta Tsybulnyk), ATOMOPOLIS. Assembling
Utopia (2016; together with Stanislav Menzelevskyi and Anna Onufrienko), The
Pink Map (2016), and others. His works were shown at the Ji.hlava International
Documentary Film Festival, the Kyiv International Film Festival Molodist, the
Gray Cube Exhibitions, the Visual Culture Research Center, Kyiv (2018) and
Today We will not Meet, Closer, Kyiv (2015), and others.
Kazmina is a director of documentary films and an artist. Together with artist
Anatoly Belov, she founded a project about physicality, Body Practices.
Together with artist AntiGonna, she has founded collective OKCAHAS. The
collective’s work considers female
physicality and sexuality. With their film Zarosli, the collective participated
in the Pornfilmfestival Berlin, the Queer Woche Festival in Leipzig, the Tel
Aviv Queer Film Festival and the Antwerp Queer Festival. Oksana Kazmina
participated in the exhibitions A Space of One’s Own, PinchukArtCenter (2018),
Kyiv International - Kyiv Biennial Kyiv School (2015), Odessa Biennale (2017),
Kleitman is an artist working with video, installation and sculpture. She
participated in the exhibitions A Space of One’s Own, PinchukArtCentre, Kyiv
(2018), Permanent Revolution, Ludwig Museum, Budapest (2018), Riga Photo
Radynsky is a documentary director and publicist. He is a member of the Visual
Culture Research Center. His films were presented at the festivals in
Oberhausen, DOK Leipzig, the Odessa International Film Festival, 86, Docudays,
etc., and were featured at the Institute of Contemporary Art (London), e-flux
(New York), and S A V V Y Contemporary (Berlin).
Revkovskiy is an artist working with sociological research objects. The artist
creates projects structuring and rethinking materials seen in and collected
from urban space, archives and social networks. He created a number of projects
in co-authorship with Andriy Rachinskiy. In 2018, they were nominated for the
PinchukArtCentre Prize. Together with Rachinskiy, Daniil Revkovskiy’s works
were shown in the solo exhibitions Soot, Gallery Artsvit, Dnipro (2018), War of
Inscriptions, Small Gallery of Mystetskyi Arsenal, Kyiv (2016) and others.
Ridnyi is an artist and film director. In 2005, he became a co-founder of the
SOSka group. He acted as a curator of a number of international projects in
Ukraine, such as After the Victory (YermilovCenter, Kharkiv, 2014), New History
(SOSka group, Kharkiv Art Museum, 2009) and others. Since 2017, he was a
co-editor of the online magazine on arts, culture, and society, Prostory. His
works were exhibited at the Pinakothek der Moderne in Munich, the Neuer
Berliner Kunstverein, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Warsaw, the V-A-C
foundation in Moscow, and others. His films were shown at Transmediale, Berlin
(2019), Kasseler Dokfest (2018), DocudaysUA, Kyiv (2016) and others.
Sherbina is an artist and craft-woman. She works with different media,
including painting, video, and audio installations. Anna Sherbina is a
co-founder and member of the ЙОД Group (2013-2015) and of the Specific Dates
Collective (2015-2017). The artist lives and works in Kyiv. She participated in
the exhibitions A Space of One’s Own, PinchukArtCentre, Kyiv (2018), Textus,
Visual Culture Cente, Kyiv (2017) and others.
Filyuk is a co-curator of the Armed and Dangerous exhibition.
(Friday); 7 PM
Community IZONE; the 2nd floor
Naberezhno-Luhova St. (Kyiv, Ukraine)