March 15 > 30 | Salle Gilbert-Gaillard | 2, rue Saint-Pierre
Free access 1 pm > 7 pm (Tuesday > Saturday) 2 pm > 6 pm (Sunday)
2018 | Single channel video installation | sound and colors | loop 10’12
Associate curator for VIDEOFORMES 2019 : Marina Fomenko (Director of Now & After International Video Art Festival, Moscow). With support from Institut Français in Moscow.
There are three persons on the playground, each of which use own semiotic system (the nursery rhymes, the body language and adult’s verbal cliché). Each of performers creates their own game and rules of interaction with the space.
How can they build their communication? Is it possible to compromise and interact? And how could they get out of their language obsessions?
Elena Artemenko was born in 1988 in Krasnodar, Russia. Graduated the Rodchenko Moscow School of Photography and Multimedia, Video and Media art department (2013). Nominated on Kandinsky Prize (2012-2014), Grand Prix of the Transmission Video Art Festival (2017), 1st Prize on Foresight Filmfestival, Germany (2016), Grand Prix of the Brewhouse art prize (2017), Best Russian Video Prize (2016) and honorable jury mention (2014) on International Video art Festival «Now&After», winner of Sharjah Art Foundation Production program (2014), Kooshk Artist Residency Award, Tehran, Iran (2015). Participated in WRO Biennale (2017), Alternative Film/Video Festival, Serbia (2016), Internationale Kurzfilmwoche Regensburg (2015), European Media Art Festival (2017 и 2014), Oslo Screen Festival (2014) and other exhibitions and festivals in Russia, German, Poland, Norway, Sweden, England, Serbia, Austria, France and Cuba. Lives and works in Moscow.