"Night of Arts" Online in the Gorky Park Museum
On November 3, 2020, as part of the annual all-Russian campaign "Night of Arts", the lecture hall of the Gorky Park Museum (Krymsky Val str., 9, bldg. 11) will host a curatorial tour of the exhibition "Man as a Measure: Natural and Digital" from 18-00 to 18-30.
Viewers will be able to see how modern exhibition space can be organized as a space of exploration, where the viewer moves from the usual position of passive spectator into an active position of the researcher immersed in the field of heterogeneous meanings constructed by the exhibits, and discovers the important questions, contradictions, paradoxes, correlating with, he/she is going to have to link these images to their own system. By visiting such an exhibition, the viewer is enriched not only with new relevant questions, but perhaps with ready-made answers to them, that is he becomes a researcher of reality in the broad sense of the word.
From 19-00 to 20-00 there will be a creative meeting with a Soviet and Russian composer, pianist, conductor, music producer, publisher, sound engineer, musicologist, creator of the first Russian independent recording label "Great Hall" (1990), the founder of computer music in the USSR Boris YurievichTikhomirov.
Boris Tikhomirov created the first compositions using a personal music computer Yamaha CX5 and recorded the first albums of computer music in the Soviet Union "Pulse 1"and "512 KB". He was the first Russian musician to train in India to study the basics of Hindustani classical music and Vedic chants, and later published the series "Music of Asia and Africa", in which he first introduced Russian listeners to rare types of music from Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Nepal, etc. Boris Yurievich has published over 1000 CD-DVD titles of Russian folk and classical music, including 20 operas based on the best performances of the Bolshoi theater.
Boris Tikhomirov will talk about his new project - the musical "Remember Who You Are", according to the plot of which the main character finds himself in front of the all-consuming elements of modern digital technologies and is forced to embark on a difficult path of inner transformation. Musical numbers of the musical performed by Ilya Hardikov, Ekaterina Babich, Tatyana Zhdanova, Olga Pavlova, Ilya Volnov and Dmitry Yumangulov will be presented.
Both events will be held in online format.
The link to ZOOM broadcast.
The conference ID: 890 9949 7690.
Access code: 506709.