Matthijs de Bruijne will hold a workshop on the cartography of contemporary Moscow in the eyes of two very different groups. One consists of art students, the other of maintenance workers employed at art spaces, many of them migrants from Central Asia. The workshops will generate psychogeographical maps of the city whose later superimposition will later reveal something about the contradictions at the root of contemporary art. Workshop language: Russian with translation.
The project is realized as part of the International Cultural Programme of the Polish EU Presidency coordinated by the Adam Mickiewicz Institute.
The project is cofinanced by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage of the Republic of Poland.