Sounds of the Prut is the art residency which results in the production of a...
Theatrical space TEO
Intensive practical course of scriptwriting and directing for beginner filmmakers. It reveals all aspects of...
Center of Cultural Development “Totem”
The aim of the project was fixation, re-thinking and art transformation of post-industrial heritage of...
The Inclusive radio performance is going to be a part of joint production of Arabesky...
“SOUNDS OF THE PRUT” ART RESIDENCY
Sounds of the Prut is the art residency which results in the production of a musical composition inspired by anthropological research and soundscape studies of the Prut river area in Chernivtsi by Ukrainian, Romanian and Austrian sound artists.
Sound artists had been working together for 10 days in Chernivtsi and online. Before sound recordings and studio work the participants met with local experts: researchers of the historical, urban and cultural significance of the river for the urban environment. The residents studied the context of the Prut and created a musical work that presented to a wide audience at the end of the project.
The composition was made from field recordings in a genre of experimental electronic music. The work process combined methods of social sciences (participant observation, interviews, source study), acoustic ecology (soundwalks, field recordings), and art (reimagination on metaphorical level).
During intermediate stages of the residency, insights of the work process were be shared with students, musicians and the interested public.
The participants: Anamaria Pravicencu (Bucharest, Romania) Anna Khvyl (Kyiv, Ukraine) Fabian Holzinger aka Abby Lee Tee (Linz, Austria) Veronika Kanishcheva / Diser Tape (Kyiv, Ukraine) Andriy Kyrychenko (Kyiv, Ukraine) Anna Kravets (Kyiv, Ukraine)
Yaroslav Pobezhan (Zhan Pobe)
AUTHOR FILM LABORATORY
Intensive practical course of scriptwriting and directing for beginner filmmakers. It reveals all aspects of film production — from the idea to the finished film. It aims at developing of local production of filmmakers. The main goal of the project is to create the conditions for training of a group of young people who want to be filmmakers.
During the laboratory, more than 20 lectures were given by the curator of the curriculum Ivan Orlenko and guest speakers – cameraman Denis Melnyk and sound director Emil Asadov.
The practical part of the course consisted of writing scripts and making their own short films by the participants of the laboratory.
Ivan Orlenko – curator of the laboratory
Tetiana Zubok – manager of the project
Nikita Aksenov – director of photography
Emil Asadov – sound director
POST-INDUSTRIAL HERITAGE AS ART
The aim of the project was fixation, re-thinking and art transformation of post-industrial heritage of Kherson. The project combined practices of art-revitalisation and audience development.
In border of the Workshop 26 artists worked with the topic of post-industrial heritage of Kherson and creates art-works for “Future-in-the-Past Museum” exhibition in former machine-building factory – visual art, wall paintings, site-specific and sound performances, installations, objects, photos and video. Part of participants worked with interviews, texts, old photo and created new narrative for post-industrial space. As the result, 20 artworks demonstrated synergy of several artists and different genres of arts. Art-projects allowed to involve different groups to the process of creation – for example, performances with participation of 60 students-designers or 100 teachers of art schools from different regions of Ukraine.
5 opened lectures helped to create new vision of post-industrial spaces. The topics of lectures were creative public spaces, collective memory, communication through the art, re-thinking of post-industrial heritage. Team of urban activists from Kryvyi Rih joined the project with their experience of industrial tourism development.
Olena Afanasieva / curator, project manager
Svitlana Bielobrova / administrator, trainer
Julia Artemenko / trainer on site-specific performance, choreographer
Maksym Eligulashvili / lector
Stanislav Ostrous / lector
Maksym Afanasyev / trainer, lector
Inna Storozhuk / lector
Tetyana Pidpal’ko / lector
Oksana Pavlushenko / lector
Oksana Lazhe / lector
POST-TRUTH: INCLUSIVE RADIO PERFORMANCE BY ARABESKY THEATER AND KHARKIV JOURNALISTS
The Inclusive radio performance is going to be a part of joint production of Arabesky Theater with Kharkiv journalists from different media on the basis of master classes, lectures, discussions of Timothy Snyder’s book “On Tyranny” and book by Israeli historian Juval No Harari “21 lessons for the 21st century”. As a horizontal communications platform, the theater will explore how post-truths work to effectively counteract information trauma and manipulation. In addition to the main theatrical production, we aim to involve people who can’t see the show and to bring staged actions to the world of sounds.
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