Moscow: The Topology of Art

Meeting 3. Art in Non-art Museums
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The Stanislavsky Electrotheatre, jointly with the Moscow: A Place of Art project, introduces a lecture cycle titled Moscow: The Topology of Art, devoted to contemporary problems of contemporary art.

Moscow: The Topology of Art

Using a map of Moscow exhibits, and considering the peculiarities of its formation, the Place of Art group (Amal Avdezdzhanova, Viktoria Belonenko, Maria Buneeva, Maria Korchagina, Tatyana Mironova, Kristina Pestova, and Natalya Smolyanskaya) will discuss the systemic problems faced by the contemporary art world. At each meeting participants and invited speakers will discuss specific locations - places of art - the relations they have formed, and their exhibit policy.

The purpose of these meetings is to establish an open discussion among artists, curators, and organizers at exhibit sites about the geography of contemporary art and the dynamics of the changes that have occurred in Moscow since 1986. The group proposes to take as a starting point the year when the 17th Youth Exhibition took place, which for the first time presented Soviet underground artists alongside artists already known to the public.

Meeting 3. Art in Non-art Museums

The conversation will focus on projects mounted in historical, biological, and technical museums. Why does art come to the museum? Are non-art museums interested in being included on maps of places of art? What museums are of most interest to artists?

Participants include Konstantin Dudakov-Kashuro, Arseny Zhilyaev, and Marina Fomenko.

 

Tickets: 100 rubles.