Research, work with museum exposition, sound exhibition

Title:

33

Date:

April 2019

Place:

  • Memorial Museum-workshop of Zaire Azgur, Minsk, Belarus
  • Museum-workshop of Ivan Kavaleridze, Kyiv, Ukraine

Curators:

Pavel Voynitsky (Belarus), Tetiana Tsvilodub (Ukraine), Victoria Danelian (Ukraine)

Participants:

Evgeny Rogozin

Explication:

Sound exhibition on the thirty-third anniversary of the Chernobyl disaster.

25 April – 5 May the famous Belarusian sound artist Evgeny Rogozin presents only sound - his personal sound perception of what happened on April 26. The event will offer two parallel exhibitions held in the capitals of the two neighbouring countries that were most affected by the consequences of the Chernobyl disaster.

Chernobyl is invisibly present with us - regardless of the surrounding "picture". We do not have the ability to see and feel the radiation threat. But our land and water will still be dangerous for us and our children for a long time, our relatives die from cancer diseases, our bodies continue to penetrate the radioactive particles of matter. Sound is likely to be the most adequate means for understanding the fundamentally imperceptible post-Chernobyl experience.

The two venues of the event - two “sculpture” museums in Minsk and Kiev, located in the former workshops of two gurus of national sculpture, will host a monumental ephemeral sound memorial of Evgeny Rogozin, dedicated to the memory of the disaster at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant."

Organizers:

NGO "Dream Projects"

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