Some books and catalogues of exhibitions in 1918-1922 spotted today at Hermitage: 1. moral and art of the French Revolution 2. questions and answers of an Armenian mathematician lived in 7th century 3. What is intelligentsia? 4. Revolution and culture, Andrei Bely 5. Picasso and neighborhood, Aksenov
Where are you living?
Right now I live in Moscow, although Iʼm moving to Braunschweig at the end of
How old are you? (if you donʼt mind answering)
What inspires you?
Usually something we try very hard not to notice it.
Tell me about what you do?
and even photography
Whatʼs the structure of a typical day like for you?
I usually get up at 10 am – sometimes earlier, sometimes later, I try my best
Then I have breakfast until 11.30. I know itʼs long, but I need this time to prepare
myself mentally for the day.
Then Iʼm usually working, writing script or review of the exhibition, or the
applications. Or Iʼm doing research, working on the projects regarding
conceptualizing, visualizing, or cutting the film out of shot material.
Itʼs usually very vague, even for me.
Then Iʼm going to the openings if there are any, or for a walk for an hour, or I’m
reading something Marxist.
What are some of your favourite sources of information?
Marxist books, exhibitions and exhibitions catalogs, Facebook, Russia Today
How does social media influence your life?
Immensely. Whatever time I get up, the first thing I do is to check my Facebook.
Usually not because I’m expecting something interesting happening there, but
because staring at the screen emanating white light is the best way to
understand that you’re not dreaming anymore.