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DANCE FOR ALL!

2013/02/07 | By admin | No Comments | Filed in: Publications.

The problem of migration is one of socio-political problems that have been stirring the Western social conscience up for the last few decades, generating all kinds of attitudes: from roaring optimism to deep disillusionment with the methods and strategies of the Western state multicultural policy.

All the more urgent is this problem for Russia which, unlike Western countries, does not have any elaborate and long-term migration policy. That is why sanguinary conflicts between people from different cultural backgrounds on the same territory arise regularly and lead to predictable consequences. In other words, uncompromising ethnical and cultural clashes and deliberate confrontations of various groups became a regular cultural mechanism in Russia, and its price is the human right to life. Thus the state principle of dividing and ruling is implemented in Russia. Naturally, any productive cultural dialogue and social unity on the basis of diversity is out of question…

‘ManifestAanwezig’ pompt energie in Kasteel Oud-Rekem (recensie)

2012/08/04 | By admin | No Comments | Filed in: Publications.

http://www.kunstinlimburg.be/kunststukken/manifestaanwezig-pompt-energie-kasteel-oud-rekem-recensie 26/07/2012 Wat begon als een pleidooi voor de vrijheid van de kunstenaar, mondt tijdens ‘ManifestAanwezig’ uit in een in vervoering brengend schouwspel met 33 kunstenaars uit alle hoeken van de wereld. Naar jaarlijkse gewoonte transformeert het desolate Kasteel van Oud-Rekem, ook wel gekend als het mooiste dorp van Vlaanderen vlak bij de Nederlandse grens, • Read More »

RESISTANCE STRATEGIES. THE STRANGE DON’T SURRENDER

2012/04/19 | By admin | No Comments | Filed in: Publications.

This winter an exhibition «Resistance Strategies. The strange don’t surrender» by Gluklya (Natalya Pershinina-Yakimanskaya) took place in the Saint Petersburg branch of the State Center for Contemporary Art. Gluklya answered questions of Aroundart. Olga Zhitlina: In the manifesto of the FFC (Factory of Found Clothes) you and Tzaplya write about sentimentality, but about a non-Hollywood • Read More »

“THE LAST RESISTANCE”

2011/04/15 | By admin | No Comments | Filed in: Publications.

The performance is structured as a confrontation between two social positions presented by two written narratives as well as a physical confrontation between the participants. The participants do battle over the main idea of the performance, the conflict between the artist and the system. Needless to say, in the current political climate of a full • Read More »

INTERVIEW MIT NATAL’JA PERŠINA-JAKIMANSKAJA (GLJUKLJA)

2010/09/26 | By admin | No Comments | Filed in: Publications.

(copy from www.novinki.de) „Wir arbeiten ja mit Menschen. Das sind nicht Leinwände und Farben. Das ist unglaublich schwer.“ Interview mit Natal’ja Peršina-Jakimanskaja (Gljuklja) aus der Gruppe Factory of Found Clothes und der Gruppe Chto delat 15 Jahre feministische Themen mit der Gruppe Factory of Found Clothes und ein zunehmendes Engagement in der linksaktivistischen Künstlergruppe Chto • Read More »

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THE GREATEST IDIOT IN NEW ZEALAND /CURATOR MARCUS WILLIAMS

2009/11/29 | By admin | No Comments | Filed in: Publications.

Diffused in a variably sized and constituted collective, averting authorship and working across discipline and media, yet celebrating the aura of the artistic object and operating from a position of moral certainty; the work of Natalya Pershina and Olga Egorova is testimony to the idea that post modernity is a nascent form of modernism. The • Read More »

INTERVIEW WITH MARINA VISCHMIDT FOR THE “UNTITLED” MAGASIN /LONDON

2009/11/29 | By admin | No Comments | Filed in: Publications.

Marina Vischmidt in conversation with the Factory of Found Clothes The Factory of Found Clothes (Fabrika Nadyonii Odezhdii in Russian, or FNO for short) is Natalya Pershina-Yakimanskaya and Olga Egorova, respectively known as Gluklya and Tsaplya. Founded in 1995 in St Petersburg, FNO have used installation, performance, video, text and ’social research’ to develop an • Read More »

THE LABOR AND BREATH OF ROMANTICISM WITH ANJELIKA ARTYUKH

2009/11/29 | By admin | No Comments | Filed in: Publications.

The Labor and Breath of Romanticism In the art world, Natalia Pershina-Yakimanskaya and Olga Egorova are better known as Gluklya and Tsaplya. Residents of Petersburg, they have worked together for many years, producing performances, installations, and video works. Their work extends beyond the confines of gallery art. For example, Gluklya and Tsaplya’s videos have been • Read More »