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1 January 2010 until 10 January 2010

15-17 Rubinshtein st.
191002 St. Petersburg
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International Cultural Project Art-Residence, D137 art-club, supported by Direction
of “Open Stage” Project, Moscow Department of Culture ARCHITECTURE- BODY-
DANCE - visual art, music, multimedia, dance. Visual Art Nina Vitanova-Vlakhova (Berlin),
AES+F - Tatiana Arzamosova, Lev Evzovitch, Evgeny Svyatsky + Vladimir Fridkes (Moscow),
Konstantin Grouss (Moscow). Music «Grozdya vinogradovy», Fyodor Amirov, German
Vinogradov – “Pendulum”, The HET. Dance, Performance Boroditskiy Dennis Dance
Company BDDC, ZERO Dance Gallery – Konstantin Grouss, Lika Shevchenko, Tatyana
Fateeva, Natalia Palshina, Sergey Provotorov, Station 42 (SPb) -Anastasia Kadruleva, Artem
Ignatiev. Special project ArtExhibit – photography, installation. Architecture-Body-Dance
– is the new project of Art-Residence, dedicated to the theme of plastic transformations.
One of the main principles of Art-Residence project is to compare different art genres in
one space in one time period. The project has no intention to mix genres, but allows to see
and understand ideas which are laid inside each work of art, view them from a specific
territory. Architecture as a constructive reflection of a human body and as frozen music.
Dance as a form, extended in time. The body as music in motion. The different parts of our
body project different energy fields. Caught up in the architecture, they are transformed
into buildings with various spatial and rhythmic expressions. The most interesting are
those that grasp the form in a state of mental agitation. Then they become an extension of
our thoughts, our dance steps and create new music.

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