DICTIONARY

ARENA: MIND CONFLICT
Kartsen MEYHOFF
Denmark

BLITZKRIEG
Friedrich KITTLER
Germany

PAINE. MEMORY. A MEMORY-BOOK
Zoya YEROSHOK
Russia

WAR AND PEACE IN TERMS AND DEFINTIONS
Dmitry LOSKUTOV
Russia/Brussels

IMAGE WAR
Sotirios BAHTSETZIS
Greece

REDEMPTION OF THE HOSTAGES
Viacheslav IZMAILOV
Russia

WARS, WAVES, RULERS
Wladimir VELMINSKY
Russia/Germany

HARMONY (WAR SONG)
Yuki HIGASHINO
Japan/Frankfurt

CIVIL WAR
Valery PODOROGA
Russia

INTERPRETATIONS
Oleg NIKISHIN
Russia

INFORMATION
Dmitry ROGOZIN
Russia

ZONE INERDITE
Christoph WACHTER
Germany
Mathias JUD
Switzerland/Berlin

CLOWN (AT WAR)
Leo BASSI
Italy/Spain

CIRCLE OF WAR
Arkady BABCHENKO
Russia

CONCEPT - UNKNOWN SOLDIER
Oleg ARONSON
Russia

CORPORATION
Uzochukwu NDUKA
Nigeria

CAT-NOTATION
Joulia STRAUSS
Russia /Berlin

FACES OF TERROR
Anthony BEEVOR
UK

IMAGE OF AN ENEMY
Ljubov VINOGRADOVA
Russia

UN: CONDITIONS FOR PEACE
Vladimir PETROVSKY
Russia

REFUSAL
Roman SCHMIDT
Germany

HEROISM
Boris LEONOV
Russia

ANCESTORS
Nikolay PLUZHNIKOV
Russia

SERGEANT KOSOV: PEACEMAKER
German VINOGRADOV
Russia

RADICAL SIMPLIFICATION
Andrey TKACHENKO
Russia

SNIPER
Jakob BOESKOV
Denmark/NY

STRATEGIC CONFLICT PREVENTION
Anton IVANOV
Russia

LEVEL OF DISPERSION. ASHES
Ilya PLEKHANOV
Russia

FINANCIAL WAR (EX-VASION)
Sigudrur INGOLFSSON
Iceland

PRIVATE WAR
Obrad SAVIC
Serbia/UK

SHALAMOV:WAR/CAMP
Mikhail RYKLIN
Russia

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Presentation of the video-materials in the Centre for Contemporary culture "Garage"

October 31.

19:00 – 21:00 A non-stop video-screening of the materials of the Dictionary of War was held in the conference-hall of the Center of Modern Culture “Garage” within the frames of 3 Moscow Biennale. Thus the totality of the event was recreated for the new audience within the context of contemporary art, focusing our attention on its possibilities.

19:00 – 21:00 a discussion “Photographing death” involving the Russian participants of the Dictionary of War took place. It was dedicated to one of the most controversial exponents of the 3 Moscow Biennale – to a photograph by Kevin Carter, exposed by a famous artist Alfredo Jaar, that caught the world’s attention as a symbol of hunger in Africa, receiving a Pulitzer Prise, and aroused a tempest of controversy concerning its ethics. Very different aspects of “war and photography” were mentioned – ethical, journalistic, historical. What is a “good shot” – a call to humanity for help or a good prey for personal ambition? The discussion was held between Valery Podoroga, Yelena Petrovskaya, Vjacheslav Izmailov, Ilya Plekhanov, Arkady Babchenko.