Anastasia Fedoseeva on documentary films

Anastasia Fedoseeva studies film production in Norway, but she originally is from Arkhangelsk, Russia. Now she is already working on a diploma project that is a documentary on environmental issues. She told me about her choice of the project, about the shooting process, as well as about the Icelandic witches, hard expeditions and the first eco-house in Arkhangelsk.

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Ekaterina Sharova on the Russian North

Ekaterina is from Arkhangelsk, she studied aesthetics, performance, art history, management of the organization at the University of Oslo and the Norwegian Institute in Rome. Now she is the director of development in Arctic Art Institute, co-curator of Arctic Art Forum that is taking place in Arkhangelsk, as well as a freelance curator who implements projects on art sites in Norway. She gave lectures in NARFU, ...

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Zvozlandia 2017: exhibition “Zapovednik 3803”

 In 200 km south of Arkhangelsk there is a real country of creativity and inspiration called Zvozlandia. Its capital is Zvoz, a cozy village. It is ruled by its founder, Lydia Kuznetsova, an unusually energetic and genuinely lady fond of her homeland. For over a little more than ten years a variety of artists have been occupying Zvozlandia every summer and … creating art! As ...

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Albina Motor on street-art

I met her in November 2017 at the Arctic Art Forum in Arkhangelsk. Being a speaker at the Forum she told about her large-scale project “Waterfront”. And she had every right to do that! Albina is one of the founders of the Institute for Street Art exploration in St. Petersburg as well as a curator and producer who is not indifferent to the fate of ...

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