16 вересня 2018 року у лондонському Інституті сучасних мистецтв відбудеться показ фрагментів документального кінопроекту Олексія Радинського, присвяченого Києву, і дискусія із ним.
The Film of Kyiv is a long-term project by Kiev-based filmmaker and writer Oleksiy Radynski. This episodic series is formed around filmed observations of architectural locations and areas of urban space in the Ukrainian capital. While the sites chosen by Radynski appear heterogeneous, the subjects in question are points of transition where capital and urban forms overlap in complex webs of past, present and future. Through filmed observations of (and occasional interventions into) the city space, the ideological challenges that contemporary urban space faces are examined first-hand.
This screening of Parts 1, 2 and 3 will be followed by a discussion with Radynski about this episodic series.
Oleksiy Radynski is a filmmaker and writer based in Kiev. His films have been screened at Oberhausen International Short Film Festival, DOK Leipzig, e-flux (New York), S A V V Y Contemporary (Berlin), Royal Institute of British Architecture (London), and other venues. He has given talks and presentations at Berlinale Forum Expanded, Museum of Modern Art (New York), Institute for Contemporary Arts (London), Shtab (Bishkek), Architectural Association (London) and more. His texts have recently been published in Proxy Politics: Power and Subversion in a Networked Age (Archive Books, 2017), Art and Theory of Post-1989 Central and East Europe: A Critical Anthology (MoMA, 2018) and in e-flux journal. He is a participant of Visual Culture Research Center, an initiative for art, knowledge and politics founded in Kiev, 2008.