BIO

VeraIona

 

PERFORMANCES

The moment

sΩmatic performance

Playback

Orthostasia

Waiting for the spring

Mummy

Run

The beginning

The pistol

Bread and salt

The dress

 

FILMOGRAPHY

I'm a child

Metanoia

Postmans never comes

Tableau vivant

Swag

Burry the dead

 

THEATRICAL WORK

Cranes

Little red ridding hood

Medea

 

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EXHIBITIONS

CONTACTS

Metanoia

2014. Film director, screenwriter and performer. Short film.

"Metanoia" - a film-confession, in which the director becomes the object of his own research through desperate attempts to identify "I" and understanding of the issues of being and the inevitability of death, the painful quest for harmony and identity in art - exposing the major internal conflict, which defines the essence of their bold, frank and rigid pattern - this confrontation and the feelings and the absence of rational balance there between. In corporeality in a judicious manner, that art refers to the realm of the senses. A heroine as if afraid of a sense of trust, and it binds the mind. Importantly, in this case by itself has cleaved two faces - the subject and the object. On the one hand, it is researcher, on the other - is presented as the central figure experiment. Vera talks about the rational part of herself in the third person, how about some part of the person, indicating that the verified concept of "Faith wants." Vera decided. And I? Where am I? Vera wants to stay in film. Vera wants to make a play. Faith wants to do a performance. What did I want? And what do I mean? For me art? Not for the Faith, and for me? What is my relationship with Vera? I'm afraid of the words I said. as if it was I and not I. There is only this belief. "Is it possible to finding inner peace and achieving balance between the rational and sensual?" 

Anna Fenchenko

                                                                                                                        

                                                                                                                         

 

Photos by Stanislav Lebedev