01.- 04. September 2022
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TAMOTKA | ULYANA PODKORYTOVA

Thursday 1  -  Monday 5 September

Ulyana Podkorytova is an artist based in Moscow. She works with  video, voice performance, sculpture and graphics. In her art she explores the problem of loss of identity in the era of  globalization and post-folklore. In this project she will screen her  new film Tamotka, which is both a celebration of folk traditions  of Northern Russia, and a modern fairytale about the future  of nature and technology. 

NB! The sound in this project can only be experienced using a  smartphone / headset. 

Performance:
Podkorytova will on the 2nd of September at 18:00  do a live performance at Jektefartsmuseet. This will take place in  the conference room. Duration around 20 minutes. 

Panel discussion:
Ekaterina Sharova from Arctic Art Institute will host  an artist talk with Ulyana Podkorytova and British artist Ruth MacLennan. This event will take place at Jektefartsmuseet on 2 September at 18.00. Duration is around 45 minutes.

Border / No Border is an international art project and a  collaboration between Prosjekt 67 and Arctic Art Institute. The  art project is represented by Russian artist Ulyana Podkorytova,  British artist Ruth MacLennan and Norwegian/Sami artist Elina Waage Mikalsen. These three artists will present projects on three different locations in Bodø. All of them often work with themes connected to the Arctic or Northern areas, both from culture, history, environment and mythology. Common for the works in this project is knowledge  and women’s role as storytellers and providers of knowledge. Nature and the surroundings play an essential role in the process of understanding  and feeling present, and as a gateway between reality and the  supernatural.  

Date:
Thursday 1 - Monday 5 September 

Time: 
Continuous

Performance: 
Friday 2 September 17:30 at Jektefartsmuseet

Panel discussion: 
Friday 2 September 18:00 at Jektefartsmuseet

Duration film:
47 min.

Place: 
Mobile art space at Jektefartsmuseet / Bodøsjøen

Age:
All

Price:
Free

Producers:
Prosjekt 67, Arctic Art Institute

Co-host:
Jektefartsmuseet

Photo:
Film stills

Supported by:
Bodø 2024 and Barentskult