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"Shifting ground" According to the ancient legend, there were some magic islands in Space that could accumulate layers of memory from each person on the Earth and keep them until they burned up, passing through the atmospheric layers. Someone might get lucky and meet with his Past, Present and Future at the same time, while others would remain in the dark until the end. What would happen to us if we were to find ourselves on an Island where we could see in one place all the important fragments of our everyday reality, the transparent flow of the details of life, linked by historical threads, transitions, geophysical locations and personal precious moments? In the video-installation Shifting ground, she combines architecture from the countries where she has lived over the last few years: Russia, Sweden, Norway, and Italy. The flow of images is overlapping, transforming and mixing the space, creating an architectural river, slow waterfalls of windows and doors, people’s places, and Tatiana’s own personal spaces. Memory removes unnecessary details, creating accents at the most important moments of what constructs the mental map of locations. The sound was made in collaboration with Swedish sound-artist David Heikkinen by reading the frequency of images in a software program and transforming them into a wave audio-segment. Tatiana Stadnichenko is a Russian artist, recently graduated from the Bergen Academy of Art in Norway. Her work explores the physical and mental boundaries of public spaces through architectural details, stored in our collective memory. She examines how the moving images of urban places can act as abstract contemplations of spaces. She investigates how urban landscapes are shaping our identity, lifestyle, and behavior in the historical point of time when migration, nomadism, globalization, and the mix of nations are reaching a critical point. For last two years her projects had been screening in Sweden, Norway, Canada, USA, Russia, Finland, Italy and etc. http://cargocollective.com/windincherry Tatiana Stadnichenko Les meir...

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Vossajazzutstillinga 2017

Tatiana Stadnichenko lagar plakat og utstilling til Vossa Jazz 2017


Russiske Tatiana Stadnichenko er nyutdanna frå Kunst- og designhøgskolen i Bergen (KHIB). Som kunstnar er ho oppteken av dei fysiske og mentale grensene til urbane miljø. Korleis former det moderne bylandskapet vår identitet, livsstil og oppførsel? I ei tid prega av globalisering, innvandring og kulturell utveksling er dette viktige spørsmål, som kunsten kan og bør ta tak i og utforske. Vossa Jazz-utstillinga til Stadnichenko skal ha tittelen «Shifting land», og vil vera fokusert på video- og lydkunst:

— In the project «Shifting land» I combine architecture from countries, where I used to live for the last years. It`s Russia, Sweden, Norway and Italy. The flow of images is overlapping, transforming and mixing the space, creating the architecture river, slow waterfalls of windows and doors, people’s places and my personal important spaces. The work is a one direction video-flow, like time has an arrow or vector, but the viewer can walk around and explore the process from different angles, seier Stadnichenko til Vossa Jazz.

Sjølve plakaten er ein visualisering av den personlege erfaringa av desse prosessane. Lyddelen av verket utviklar Tatiana saman med den svenske lydkunstnaren David Heikkinen. Stadnichenko er glad for å vera årets Vossa Jazz-kunstnar:

— To be part of Vossa Jazz festival is very important for me, because in our days, when we have so huge amount of the information around, I feel that it`s an necessary to work in a collaboration, in a crossroad, where several media can meet up, seier Stadnichenko.

«Shifting ground»
Tatiana Stadnichenko

According to the ancient legend, there were some magic islands in Space that could accumulate
layers of memory from each person on the Earth and keep them until they burned up, passing
through the atmospheric layers. Someone might get lucky and meet with his Past, Present and
Future at the same time, while others would remain in the dark until the end.
What would happen to us if we were to find ourselves on an Island where we could see in one
place all the important fragments of our everyday reality, the transparent flow of the details of
life, linked by historical threads, transitions, geophysical locations and personal precious
moments?
In the video-installation Shifting ground, she combines architecture from the countries where she has
lived over the last few years: Russia, Sweden, Norway, and Italy. The flow of images is overlapping,
transforming and mixing the space, creating an architectural river, slow waterfalls of windows and doors,
people’s places, and Tatiana’s own personal spaces. Memory removes unnecessary details, creating
accents at the most important moments of what constructs the mental map of locations.
The sound was made in collaboration with Swedish sound-artist David Heikkinen by reading the frequency
of images in a software program and transforming them into a wave audio-segment.
Tatiana Stadnichenko is a Russian artist, recently graduated from the Bergen Academy of Art in Norway.
Her work explores the physical and mental boundaries of public spaces through architectural details,
stored in our collective memory. She examines how the moving images of urban places can act as abstract
contemplations of spaces. She investigates how urban landscapes are shaping our identity, lifestyle, and
behavior in the historical point of time when migration, nomadism, globalization, and the mix of nations
are reaching a critical point.
For last two years her projects had been screening in Sweden, Norway, Canada, USA, Russia, Finland, Italy
and etc.
http://cargocollective.com/windincherry

Les meir...