The literary critic Anna Narinskaya and the architect and MARCH rector Eugene Asse will discuss simplicity and complexity in art and life in the open dialogue “Simply Complex”.
At 7 p.m. on 3 April the literary critic Anna Narinskaya and the architect and MARCH rector Eugene Asse will meet in an open dialogue on simplicity and complexity in art and life.
How does simplicity in aesthetics correlate with controversial reality in today’s life?Eugene Asse argues that today focus on simplicity is the only radical and simultaneously responsible position in art.
Anna Narinskaya voices concern about simplistic interpretations of today’s world.The artists Dmitry Gutov and Alexandra Paperno, composer Pavel Karmanov, philosopher Alexander Rubtsov, violinist Elena Revich and cultural studies scholar Anatoly Golubovsky have been invited to contribute to the discussion.
Moderator: Kirill Asse.
Admission upon registration.