Greater Space | Landscape Symposium Mogritsia. Space of border

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Exhibition

At the last symposium, some of the works created were aimed at interacting not only with the landscape but also with the environment in the broadest sense, with society, the local community. The part focused on non-interference and understanding of relationships with the environment as a subject, not just an object. There was a whole kaleidoscope formed, on the one hand, by the permanent resident (s) of the project in search of new optics for a look at a familiar object, on the other - by new entrants / these, "fresh blood", which also comes with something different , or radically different optics.

 

With each new symposium filled with new meanings, the space of the Mogrytsia expands, without changing its physical parameters, acquiring new properties.

Wanting to move away from the traditional exhibition-report format for the symposium, we wanted the Greater Space project to be a continuation of the residence, a step in comprehending the experience in a different context. Our goal is to show how space becomes larger by enriching it in a semantic field. Investigate the routes by which the identity of the venue and the identity of the symposium participants in that venue are identified annually. How is it that the artistic and general humanitarian problems are re-realized through the collective and personal experience in a situation where the boundaries of the artistic field as such are blurred. The exhibition becomes another subspace in the symbolic space of the Mogrytsia, complementing the list of its topos.

 

Participants of the Greater Space project: Yehor Antsihin, Yuriy Biley, Kateryna Buchatska, Open Group, Tomasz Gazhlinsky, Yuri Yefanov, Margaryta Zhuronova, Konstantin Zorkin, Lyusya Ivanova, Marina Koneva, Oleksiy Konoshenko, Natalia Kohan, Oleh Kohan,  Kateryna Libkind, Bogdan Lokatyr, Yaroslav Maistrenko, Ilya Novgorodov, Vitaly Protosenya, Timofiy Osipov, Anton Sayenko, Oksana Solop, Anna Taradina, Victoria Teletien, Violetta Terliga, Stanislav Turigai, Stanislav Turigag, Stanislav Turina.

Curators of the project: Natalia Matsenko, Stanislav Turina, Vitaliy Kohan, Konstantin Zorkin

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Opening hours of YermilovCenter: BB-SUN from 12:00 to 20:00

free entrance

Greater Space | Landscape Symposium Mogritsia. Space of border

At the last symposium, some of the works created were aimed at interacting not only with the landscape but also with the environment in the broadest sense, with society, the local community. The part focused on non-interference and understanding of relationships with the environment as a subject, not just an object. There was a whole kaleidoscope formed, on the one hand, by the permanent resident (s) of the project in search of new optics for a look at a familiar object, on the other - by new entrants / these, "fresh blood", which also comes with something different , or radically different optics.

 

With each new symposium filled with new meanings, the space of the Mogrytsia expands, without changing its physical parameters, acquiring new properties.

Wanting to move away from the traditional exhibition-report format for the symposium, we wanted the Greater Space project to be a continuation of the residence, a step in comprehending the experience in a different context. Our goal is to show how space becomes larger by enriching it in a semantic field. Investigate the routes by which the identity of the venue and the identity of the symposium participants in that venue are identified annually. How is it that the artistic and general humanitarian problems are re-realized through the collective and personal experience in a situation where the boundaries of the artistic field as such are blurred. The exhibition becomes another subspace in the symbolic space of the Mogrytsia, complementing the list of its topos.

 

Participants of the Greater Space project: Yehor Antsihin, Yuriy Biley, Kateryna Buchatska, Open Group, Tomasz Gazhlinsky, Yuri Yefanov, Margaryta Zhuronova, Konstantin Zorkin, Lyusya Ivanova, Marina Koneva, Oleksiy Konoshenko, Natalia Kohan, Oleh Kohan,  Kateryna Libkind, Bogdan Lokatyr, Yaroslav Maistrenko, Ilya Novgorodov, Vitaly Protosenya, Timofiy Osipov, Anton Sayenko, Oksana Solop, Anna Taradina, Victoria Teletien, Violetta Terliga, Stanislav Turigai, Stanislav Turigag, Stanislav Turina.

Curators of the project: Natalia Matsenko, Stanislav Turina, Vitaliy Kohan, Konstantin Zorkin

_____________________________

Opening hours of YermilovCenter: BB-SUN from 12:00 to 20:00

free entrance

Greater Space | Landscape Symposium Mogritsia. Space of border

At the last symposium, some of the works created were aimed at interacting not only with the landscape but also with the environment in the broadest sense, with society, the local community. The part focused on non-interference and understanding of relationships with the environment as a subject, not just an object. There was a whole kaleidoscope formed, on the one hand, by the permanent resident (s) of the project in search of new optics for a look at a familiar object, on the other - by new entrants / these, "fresh blood", which also comes with something different , or radically different optics.

 

With each new symposium filled with new meanings, the space of the Mogrytsia expands, without changing its physical parameters, acquiring new properties.

Wanting to move away from the traditional exhibition-report format for the symposium, we wanted the Greater Space project to be a continuation of the residence, a step in comprehending the experience in a different context. Our goal is to show how space becomes larger by enriching it in a semantic field. Investigate the routes by which the identity of the venue and the identity of the symposium participants in that venue are identified annually. How is it that the artistic and general humanitarian problems are re-realized through the collective and personal experience in a situation where the boundaries of the artistic field as such are blurred. The exhibition becomes another subspace in the symbolic space of the Mogrytsia, complementing the list of its topos.

 

Participants of the Greater Space project: Yehor Antsihin, Yuriy Biley, Kateryna Buchatska, Open Group, Tomasz Gazhlinsky, Yuri Yefanov, Margaryta Zhuronova, Konstantin Zorkin, Lyusya Ivanova, Marina Koneva, Oleksiy Konoshenko, Natalia Kohan, Oleh Kohan,  Kateryna Libkind, Bogdan Lokatyr, Yaroslav Maistrenko, Ilya Novgorodov, Vitaly Protosenya, Timofiy Osipov, Anton Sayenko, Oksana Solop, Anna Taradina, Victoria Teletien, Violetta Terliga, Stanislav Turigai, Stanislav Turigag, Stanislav Turina.

Curators of the project: Natalia Matsenko, Stanislav Turina, Vitaliy Kohan, Konstantin Zorkin

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Opening hours of YermilovCenter: BB-SUN from 12:00 to 20:00

free entrance

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