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Yustalgos in Berlin Robert Rigney | in transition | 01.01.2011
YUSTALGOS IN BERLIN
For many people who come here from New York or London, Berlin is a kind of underground theme park, a film and an adventure. Berlin, for many, has its own curious glamour—a glamour based largely on the Berlin of the nineties when the Wall had just fallen, East Berlin was a new, unexplored territory, a city of ruins, empty cellars, large abandoned factory spaces taken over by squatters, punks and…
In transition or Where the Ruined and Other  Dreams May Lead Alena Boika | in transition | 01.01.2011
IN TRANSITION OR WHERE THE RUINED AND OTHER DREAMS MAY LEAD
It was the second event of In Transition—an international project with an exhibition and a symposium—which brought me to Yekaterinburg. As it is clear from the title, the project addresses the problems of displaced people, i.e. migrants, refugees, repatriates. The participants are selected through an open online contest and approved by Helene Black and Sheila Pinkel (the founders of NeMe, an…
Front without a Front line Ilya Plekhanov | in transition | 01.01.2011
FRONT WITHOUT A FRONT LINE
Ilya Plekhanov is the founder and chief-editor of the Art of War almanac and it is largely thanks Plekhanov that the issuing of Umelec 1/2009 was realized. He is a graduate of the faculty of Economics and Informational Systems at the University of New South Wales (Sydney, Australia) and he later attended the institute of Asian and African countries specializing Japanese History and Language. In…
Umida Akhmedova - Accused Alexey Ulko | in transition | 01.01.2011
UMIDA AKHMEDOVA - ACCUSED
The young Soviet Union in the 1920’s and 1930’s instigated the national-territorial delimitation of the republics of Central Asia so that the region previously known as the Russian Empire would conform to Stalin’s proscribed policy, as laid out in Marxism and the National Question, that a nation was, “a historically constituted, stable community of people formed on the basis of a common language,…
Ivars Gravlejs: Aliens Among Us Alena Boika | in transition | 01.01.2011
IVARS GRAVLEJS: ALIENS AMONG US
If you are walking down the street on an ordinary gray day and suddenly encounter something that looks like the Northern Lights, then you have most likely run into Ivars Gravlejs. Unlike most members of the Czech Republic’s artistic and intellectual circles, Ivars does not find black, gray and other depressing colors particularly elegant (anarchist, reserved, non-staining – insert the right word…
Petra Pětiletá: Catching the Beauty Alena Boika | in transition | 01.01.2011
PETRA PĚTILETÁ: CATCHING THE BEAUTY
Dedicated to the memory of Georgy Ivanov: Subatomic Decomposition. Every morning when I look out of the window, I see Petra Pětiletá running up the hill. Sometimes I think Petra waits just for me to come to the window before starting her impetuous run, which always ends in the same way: a red cap disappearing beyond the horizon, an instantaneous, bright touch of the holidays that flashes for…
Riga: Life is Life Alena Boika | in transition | 01.01.2011
RIGA: LIFE IS LIFE
Even when they were a part of the Soviet Union, the Baltic States were always a special region, a piece of the West in the East, with a strong scent and sheen of capitalism, though quite reserved due to the conditions of Soviet life. What did the Soviet people know about these republics at the time? Both then and now, people were almost pathologically incapable of distinguishing the three –…
Yekaterinburg: in the footsteps of one’s travel Alena Boika | in transition | 01.02.2010
YEKATERINBURG: IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF ONE’S TRAVEL
Yekaterinburg is a city, which can rightly claim to be the chief, if we talk about In Transition. A city where every visitor is trying to find that very point, the Urals, where, you see, it is possible to have one foot in Europe and the second in Asia. A city which can be proud to have the largest number of royal family per unit area. A city which in the 1980’s, still under the name of Sverdlovsk…
Zlín: Don’t Call it a Utopia -or A Garden City by an Industrialist, Who Turned Dreams into Seconds Alena Boika | in transition | 01.02.2010
ZLÍN: DON’T CALL IT A UTOPIA -OR A GARDEN CITY BY AN INDUSTRIALIST, WHO TURNED DREAMS INTO SECONDS
My acquaintance with Zlín began when I was preparing the material on Yekaterinburg—the city which is known for its spectacular monuments to the constructivist epoch. Both cities can be proud of being the architectural embodiment of their respective conceptual ideals and, despite the fact those ideals are different to one another both cities architecture is determined by this evidence of Utopias.…
The Last Of Skomorokhs In memory of B.U.Kashkin Alexander Shaburov | in transition | 01.02.2010
THE LAST OF SKOMOROKHS IN MEMORY OF B.U.KASHKIN
HE RUSSIAN FLUXUS AND WORD-OF-MOUTH AVANT-GARDE Provincial geniuses are fated to die in obscurity. That is why even at his home, in Sverd- lovsk, very few people know now about B.U.Kashkin (1938–2005), an abstract photographer, a conceptual poet, a performance artist and a lot more. The one who stirred up the minds of more than one generation of his countrymen and turned himself into a celebrity,…
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