Evening of Russian video poetry

Quadrangle Refectory Room H113, Quadrangle Building, University of Sydney
12 May, 5:30pm

Antipodes Association and School of Languages and Cultures, University of Sydney, presented examples of Russian video poetry to the English speaking audience. The best video works of different styles made by Alexandr Gornon, Maria Galina, Elena Katsyuba, and others were shown. In short lecture and commentary to the poems Tatiana Bonch-Osmolovskaya spoke about history of Russian video poetry — a synthetic art, where word, picture, sound and motion are combined.

Video Poetry

The brochure with translations in pdf format (0.7Mb) is here.

How to find the place

By train
Catch a train to Redfern train station, and then take a 10-minute walk to the main campus.
Free buses run to and from Fisher Library and Redfern station in the evening during semester.

By bus from the City
For stops on Parramatta Road (closest to the Quadrangle) catch routes 412, 413, 435, 436, 437, 438, 440, 461, 480 from George Street or Railway Square.
For stops on City Road (closest to Darlington Campus) catch routes 422, 423, 426, 428 from Castlereagh Street or Railway Square.

By bus — cross routes
Route 370 runs between Coogee and Leichhardt.
Route 352 runs between Bondi Junction and Marrickville.

Then walk to building A14 — the Quadrangle. The place is marked with Sign

location map