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Screening Blue Rose

9 dec 2021    20:00   /   Film@Nest

screening van een film van Olya Korsun

Blue Rose’ stelt complexe vragen die nauw aansluiten bij de tentoonstelling ‘Is it possible to be a revolutionary and like flowers? De film toont voorbeelden van hoe planten en bloemen verschillende betekenissen kunnen dragen en hoe ze ook gezien kunnen worden als symbolen van schoonheid, taal of macht. Op 9 december ben je uitgenodigd om samen met de kunstenaar deze vragen te onderzoeken en te ontvouwen. De film zal worden ingeleid door Barbara Visser, en na de vertoning is er tijd voor een Q&A.

Dit evenement is Engels gesproken.


Synopsis
While some people think of flowers as something purely decorative, the author of Blue Rose believes that flowers can become a powerful source for reflection on the nature of beauty and its commodification. This essayistic documentary film takes us on a compelling journey: from an international flower auction in the Netherlands, crazy science experiments of Japan to pagan festivity in a remote Spanish village, and nostalgic Soviet archives of a family garden. Blue Rose leads us through the world of flowers, reminding us that flowers, being seemingly ephemeral, might give us an important lesson about the world we live in.

About Olya Korsun
Olya Korsun – a documentary filmmaker and visual researcher. Currently, Olya lives and works in Amsterdam, as she has been selected for the experimental research program ‘F for Fact’ by Barbara Visser at Sandberg Institute. With ‘Blue Rose’ film essay being her debut project as a director, she now works on her second film that will explore the subject of plant blindness.

About Barbara Visser
Barbara Visser –  a visual artist and filmmaker with broad experience in education and policy making, living in Amsterdam. Barbara is currently tutoring as the head of department ‘F for Fact’, at the Sandberg Institution.

Credits
Director: Olya Korsun
Director Of Photography: Sasha Kulak
Edit: Roman Geygert, Sophia Zhuravkova
Sound: Zakhar Semirkhanov
Producers: Olya Korsun, Maya Kuzina, Gatis Murnieks
Color: Lyuda Kuropyatnikova
Music by: Pavel Lehrer, Maria Teriaeva
Sound mix: Andrey Dergachev

The screening starts at 20:00 and the exhibition can be visited prior to the meeting. We start welcoming you from 19:30 with special drinks.

Event date: Thursday 9th of December
Time: 20:00-21.30
Language: English

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Dit programma is onderdeel van Is it possible to be a revolutionary and like flowers?

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