Video Poetry As A Time Document
Film screening, lecture
19.09.2013, 19:30 Thursday
Program: [Context of the visual]
Place: National Centre for Contemporary Arts, the small hall
Curator: [Aliya Berdigaliyeva]
Participants: [Anton Belin], [Linor Goralik], [Dmitry Ivanov-Snezhko], [Karina Karaeva], [Elena Katsuba], [Konstantin Kedrov], [Vladislav Opelyants], [Sergey Osipyan], [Roman Osminkin], [Maxim Parshikov], [Vitaly Patsyukov], [Andrey Rodionov], [Lev Rubinshtein], [Andrey Tavrov], [Chukhrov Keti]
© A. Dolgin. Dmitriy Prigov
A new advanced form of art, video poetry, is created by a combination of new technological developments with cultural poetry tradition, video technology and basic principles of poetic art. More recently, video poetry became widespread. Modern person is no longer a reader of poetry, but rather its audience. The phenomenon of poetic visualization becomes urgent and requires reflection.
Among the participants of the evening are NCCA Video-cinema program director Karina Karaeva and poet Lev Rubinstein, who will present the origins and development of video poetry in Russia. Film Open Skies, which consists of a cycle of films about the key personalities in contemporary Russian poetry, will be shown during the public talk.