September 30 19:00

Olga Chernysheva

Olga Chernysheva will present several of her favorite films and other catalysts of her practices, and will discuss her most recent projects and investigations.

October 1 17:00

Deimantas Narkevicius

Deimantas Narkevicius will screen his film Into the Unknown and join in a conversation with Ekaterina Degot on temporality of non-market society.

October 2 19:00

Psychogeography, Sound War, and Auditory Public Subversion

Christian von Borries in conversation with David Riff about his experiences with psychogeography in application to site-specific performance, intervention, and how these “live” practices translate into the composition of film.

October 3 19:00

Correspondences with China and the Migrant Worker Museum. Matthijs De Bruijne will give a talk on his recent two year stay in the People’s Republic of China as a correspondent of the research and exhibition project Principio Potosi, contextualizing them in the broader scope of his work.

October 4 19:00

Speaking by means of camera. Screenings of films by participants of the workshops of the project Auditorium Moscow

Premiere of short films by participants of the project  - students of The Rodchenko Moscow School of Photography and Multimedia, The Institute of Contemporary Art in Moscow and other. The authors of the films: Ekaterina Marchenkova, Viktoria Chupakhina, Dmitry Venkov, Andrei Kachalyan and other (the list is to be confirmed). The screenings will be followed by a discussion with Kirill Preobrazhensky, Matthijs de Bruijne and Christian von Borries among the others.

October 5 19:00

Maintenance Work and Beyond

Artists Haim Sokol, Matthijs de Bruijne, Christian von Borries join in discussion with David Riff on culture as maintenance work on the one hand and what culture can bring to maintenance workers unions on the other. THE DISCUSSION HAS BEEN POSTPONED TO OCTOBER 6

October 6 12:00

Programme to be announced

October 6 19:00

Haim Sokol. New Films

The screening will be followed by the discussion "Maintenance Work and Beyond"

Screening of four stage videos, made with the help of workers from Kirgyzstan. In the films "Oath," "I am Spartacus", "Rome," and "Red Tape" contemporary workers play unaccustomed roles defined by the history of art and political thought. As Haim Sokol writes, he tries to use the prisma of Giorgio Agamben's philosophy to "use art to think through the reality of the big city, the conditions of labor, and the life of illegal workers and of course the relation of this reality to art." The screening will be followed by a discussion with David Riff. more »


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