Konstantin Dudakov-Kashuro will talk about contemporary reconstructions of early Revolutionary music and experiments in adapting the structure of the orchestra for the era of communist equality.
Recreating works, projects, and techniques of the historical avant-garde shows their relevance to contemporary culture. This approach does not derive from nostalgia or a return to the aesthetics, programs, and utopias of the twentieth century. By transferring elements of the avant-garde into the present, we obtain new and previously impossible aesthetic structures and forms, which can no longer be categorized as neo- or retro-avant-garde or postmodernist. In this case, archive research becomes an important part of artistic practice.