Infinity According to Florian

Fri, 26.4.24, 7.00 pm Type: Veranstaltung, Gespräch, Filmscreening Languages: Englisch Location: nGbK am Alex Address: Karl-Liebknecht-Str. 11/13, 10178 Berlin Admission: frei

Screening and talk by Oleksiy Radynski

Infinity According to Florian, 2022

What is Earth? What is a solar system? What is humanity? Who is Florian Yuriev? Why did he build a UFO in Kyiv? Will we be able to use it for its intended purpose in the future? Infinity According to Florian deals with these questions, related to the legendary figure of Kyiv-based architect Florian Yuriev. This film also recounts why capitalism is a thing of the past, and what happens when you divide one by infinity.

The Film of Kyiv. Episode One, 2017

This is an observational documentary focused on one of the biggest unfinished bridge projects in the world, Podilsky Bridge in the centre of Kyiv. The locals have adapted the unfinished bridge to their own needs, from sports and leisure to risky parkour-style attempts at getting from one river bank to another. In the meantime, Kyiv’s mayor Vitaliy Klytschko is trying to figure out a way to complete the unfortunate project – with a little help from German politicians…

Oleksiy Radynski is a filmmaker and writer based in Kyiv. His films experiment with documentary forms and practices of political cinema. They have been screened at film festivals and in exhibition contexts worldwide, including International Film Festival Rotterdam, Kurzfilmtage Oberhausen, the Institute of Contemporary Arts (London), e-flux (New York), Docudays (Kyiv), Sheffield Doc Fest, Krakow IFF, DOK Leipzig etc. His film Chornobyl 22 won the Grand Prix at Kurzfilmtage Oberhausen in 2023.

Future

19.4.24, 5.00–8.00 pm

Kyiv Perennial: Guided tour and talk

Type: Guided Tour, Talk Location: station urbaner kulturen/nGbK Hellersdorf

20.4.24, 2.00 pm

Kyiv Perennial: Vasyl Cherepanyn in conversation with Yurko Prokhasko

Type: Talk Location: Between Bridges

20.4.24, 5.00 pm

Why (This) War? Psychoanalysis of War – Psychoanalysis in War

Type: Event, Talk Location: nGbK am Alex

4.5.24, 4.00–6.30 pm

Kyiv Perennial: Connected Tour

Type: Guided Tour Location: Between Bridges, station urbaner kulturen/nGbK Hellersdorf

Past

13.4.24, 5.00 pm

Queer Fighters of Ukraine

Type: Film screening, Talk Location: Between Bridges

6.4.24, 5.00 pm

In Defense of Anonymous Authors – On the Role of the Witness in the Blurred Reality of a Warzone

Type: Film screening, Talk Location: Between Bridges

30.3.24, 4.00–6.00 pm

Kyiv Perennial: Parcours with Raguel Roumer

Type: Workshop Location: nGbK am Alex

28.3.24, 3.00–6.00 pm

Kyiv Perennial: Connected Tour

Type: Guided Tour Location: station urbaner kulturen/nGbK Hellersdorf, nGbK am Alex

24.3.24, 3.30–5.30 pm

Kyiv Perennial: Drawing workshop

Type: Workshop Location: nGbK am Alex

24.3.24, 2.00–3.00 pm

Kyiv Perennial: Inclusive guided tour

Type: Guided Tour Location: nGbK am Alex

23.3.24, 5.00 pm

Displacement and Refuge in Times of War

Type: Event, Panel discussion Location: nGbK am Alex

22.3.24, 4.00–5.30 pm

Kyiv Perennial: Talking About: Socialist Modernism

Type: Talk, Guided Tour Location: nGbK am Alex

17.3.24, 3.00–4.30 pm

Kyiv Perennial: Inclusive guided tour with tactile images

Type: Guided Tour Location: nGbK am Alex

16.3.24, 5.00 pm

Decolonizing Eastern Europe

Type: Event, Panel discussion Location: Between Bridges

9.3.24, 5.00 pm

A City Within a Building: The Russian Airstrike on the Mariupol Drama Theater

Type: Event, Presentation Location: nGbK am Alex

2.3.24, 4.00–6.30 pm

Kyiv Perennial: Connected Tour

Type: Guided Tour Location: nGbK am Alex, Between Bridges

29.2.24, 7.00 pm

The Reckoning Project: Ukraine Testifies

Type: Event, Film screening Location: nGbK am Alex

16.2.24, 6.00 pm

Wonder Woman and the Orcs: Ukrainian History and Western Fables

Keynote by Timothy Snyder

Type: Event, Lecture Location: Stadtwerkstatt

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Kyiv Perennial

Fri, 23.2. – Sun, 9.6.24 Type: Exhibition, Event series Location: nGbK am Alex (until 1.4.24), station urbaner kulturen/nGbK Hellersdorf, Between Bridges, Prater Galerie