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Nooconnection

2015-10-12

In the performance "Nooconnection" the audience was able to literally see the world through my eyes, "try on" my information field itself.
Around every person there is an information field which contains all the information about the identity (i.e. the totality of the developed habits and preferences, attitude and mental tonus, sociocultural experience and acquired knowledge, a set of psychophysical characteristics of a person that define the daily behavior and relationship with society and nature, etc.). With the help of modern technologies it has become possible not only to read the information matrix of the individual, but also to transport it to another human being. Thanks to my colleagues, scientists from Krasnoyarsk experimental lab Neonazi, reality from sci-Fi movies became a part of the direct experience of performance.
The performance was attended by all comers.
The main and most important part of the performance was carried out by the laboratory Nooconnection from Krasnoyarsk. The participants of the performance have been able to enter my information field, get a feel for my personality as if they were me. Someone was browsing the speed of light pictures out of my life, someone fell into a trance in which I reside is almost always ( reason why I can't learn to drive a car), someone saw the images of my performances, and one of the girls sounded in my head song in German...

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Ze Zarya

2015-06-26

In this performance, Vladivostok's Russky Island will serve as a metaphor for Russia and the Russian world.

 

I will sail a boat around Russky Island and at its highest point, I will insert a stake. This pin will be outfitted with the advanced technology of Noocvyaz (Krasnogorsk) so that anyone entering into its energy field will be able to reckon with his or her past mistakes and find the ability to move forward into the future, unencumbered.

 

The text engraved upon the stake reads:

 

“Aware of our past and the mistakes made along the way, we have the courage to see new opportunities and push on further, armed with a love for life, the world around us, and that something Bigger that fuels creation...

 

It is only by understanding our experiences in their entirety that we can move forward to the next level. Good luck!”

 Kovylina, June 26, 2015

 

Vladivostok

 

Researching Vladivostok and its history, you come to understand how the city – while an extreme outpost of Russia – manages to encapsulate the essence of the entire country. Here you can find almost all of the key ideas underlying our country, including the discourse of the Russian empire and its greatness, its grandeur and vastness, the parable of its territorial ambitions. “From Lisbon to Vladivostok,” “from ocean to ocean,” “from Brest to Vladivostok” – these phrases map out the incomplete continuities of historical traditions, the gaps between successive historical epochs: the kingdom of Balhae; the empire of I Ching; the Tsarist era, known as the colonization of the furthest edges of the continent; the rupture between pre-revolutionary and Soviet life; and the Soviet and Post-Soviet period. In Vladivostok one feels a tremendous need for reconciliation between all these layers of life, all these ancestral spirits of the peoples and immigrants who once lived here, between the Red and the White, between the brutal history of the northern Gulags and the “ceremonial portrait” of the region. Vladivostok is a critical geopolitical point; by having it, we “have” the East. Here you can start to grasp the immeasurable expanse of our country, to understand the urgency of cultivating these territories. Herein lies the paradox of the Russian Empire, that in the big ideas, you lose the details.

 

The Triumphal Arch

 

In 1981, the last emperor of Russia, Nikolay I, then crown prince and heir to the throne, made a journey across Russia by water. As a monument to his visit, a Triumphal Arch was built in Vladivostok. The construction of this arch was considered as the first step in developing the Trans-Siberian Railway, which united otherwise unreachable areas of Siberia with the European part of Russia.

 

The Stake

 

In Vladivostok, there is the extraordinary symbolic site of Russky Island, host to a naval base and a university. At the end of the 19th century, about the same time the Triumphal Arch was built, the island gained a fortress with a paved dirt road. This road is truly remarkable, wide and solid and perfectly smooth. Modern asphalt roads in Russia often look far less sturdy than this clay-based one, hailing from a much earlier era. This road is lined with stakes, marking the milestones along the way.

 

ZARYA

 

This performance is made possible through the support of the ZARYA artist residency in Vladivostok. In its past life, ZARYA was important for the region as a garment factory, located at a critical junction. In Russian, the word “Zarya” refers to the sunrise, the metaphorical dawn of a new day, a new journey, a new beginning in life. In pre-Petrine Rus, the people chose to call this “Tse Zarya.” Tse ZaryaCaesarTsar. The performance is dedicated to the “Journey of Tsars.”

 

“Aware of our past and the mistakes made along the way, we have the courage to see new opportunities and push on further, armed with a love for life, the world around us, and that something Bigger that fuels creation... It is only by understanding our experiences in their entirety that we can move forward to the next level. Good luck!”

 

Elena Kovylina

 

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Eternal time

2015-03-15

Following years of experiments in wave genetics, quantum physics and biology in a closed Krasnoyarsk laboratory, a team of devoted scientists managed to remotely regulate processes occurring in wildlife and living organisms. The innovative technology was named Noosvyaz’, in tribute to the noosphere - a concept developed by the eminent Russian scientist and cosmist V.I. Vernadsky. The noosphere is a universal communication phenomenon that permeates and links everything in the universe. The scientists discovered a code to “regulate” the communicational functions of the noosphere. With the aid of an instantaneous remote wireless signal, it became possible to connect the causal links of events and phenomena, to turn back the biological clock and prolong life, to restore lost chromosomes and genetic memory and to change the weather and qualities of substances.

In my performance, I turn the minute hand of a clock back many hours, moving them with each minute, at the sound of the signal. A circle is outlined before the dial. Upon entering it, viewers find themselves in a remote active noosignal zone that triggers personal memories - the movement of the hand by one minute is equal to one year of life. A longer presence in the signal zone can trigger memories dating back to the person’s birth.

Performance created jointly with the Krasnoyarsk Scientific-experimental laboratory “Noosvyaz””

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The Fist

2012-09-27


The plot is dedicated to the figure of Petr Nikolaevitch Bystrov, a Soviet Army guard colonel. It depicts an episode from his life at the front during the Great Patriotic War. Once given a dispatch at his very hands, he had to make it through a treeless field to reach the staff. 

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Vous voulez un cafe? ou Feu le monde bourgeois

2012-07-30 - Moscow Region, Club Pride


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