NARVA : TOMORROW, collective actions

TASUTA Muu, Narva

Narva: Tomorrow is a programme of public events called collective actions. The events bring
together international and local participants in a series of discussions and workshops around the
highlight event — the world premiere of the documentary opera Russia: Today by composer
Eugene Birman. Employing verbatim as a method, the opera explores the phenomenon of voice as
an instrument and as a means of expression, both in musical and social realms. The collective
actions will engage with Narva’s local context and seek to create a safe space for sharing multiple
perspectives, mutual understanding, finding inspiration and new meanings together.

Collective Action 3 | Collaboration

• Semiotics of the moving image and creative method behind the Russia: Today video-installation. An artist-talk on experimental film-making with Alexandra Karelina, artist, film-maker.

Alexandra Karelina is an independent director working with documentary and experimental film since 2011. She participated in international exhibitions and film festivals and is a laureate of Lausanne Underground Film and Music Festival (Switzerland). In her practice Alexandra Karelina explores film language and semiotics of the moving image. In conversation with the audience of young creatives interested in moving image and experimental film-making, Alexandra will share her creative method and talk about the process of visualising ‘Russia: Today’.

• Musical potential of speech. A workshop on polyphonic practices with Sergej Morozov, stage director.

We invite local young and creative people to join a practice-oriented workshop where the power of words and expression become translated to music. Through a series of exercises led by stage director Sergej Morozov (who has worked on projects across Russia and internationally, including at the Bolshoi Theatre, Perm Opera, and Theater an der Wien), participants will investigate the voice as not only a tool for daily communication but also for artistic expression and meaningful change. We will explore the potential of music as a language universal to us all and what it means to create music together as a community.

We invite local young and creative people to join a practice-oriented workshop where the power of words and expression become translated to music. Through a series of exercises led by stage director Sergej Morozov (who has worked on projects across Russia and internationally, including at the Bolshoi Theatre, Perm Opera, and Theater an der Wien), participants will investigate the voice as not only a tool for daily communication but also for artistic expression and meaningful change. We will explore the potential of music as a language universal to us all and what it means to create music together as a community.
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Narva: Tomorrow is a programme of public events called collective actions. The reference to the name of the famous conceptual artist group from the Soviet underground is no coincidence. The programme explores participation as an artistic and social strategy for creating the now, and thus, for building the future.

Registration for the event is required:
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Free entrance, a valid covid health certificate must be presented, i.e., one of three:

a) vaccination passport (the last dose must have been administered according to the time specified by the manufacturer);
b) certificate of recovery from Covid-19 (up to 6 months from recovery);
c) negative test result ( PCR-test 72 hours before or a rapid antigen test 48 hours before).

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