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Winzavods Philosophical Club launches a jubilee cycle of lectures DIAMAT

03 August 2018
In the Soviet period, the term "diamat" was used to describe the materialist approach to history, society and nature. Today dialectical materialism can be rethought as a link between philosophy and modern scientific theory. Pointing to the interconnectedness of the phenomena of nature, he recalls the importance of an ecological approach to the biosphere.

In the framework of the lecture cycle, the listeners of the Philosophical Club will learn the arguments of pro & contra of the division of nature and culture, the relationship of nature to human history, the anthropocentric hierarchical model.

Among the lecturers of the course are leading domestic and foreign experts in the field of natural philosophy, theoretical biology, ecology, new materialism, anthropology, etc.

Members of the Philosophical Club will get acquainted with the researcher of feminism and philosophy Karen Barad (Karen Barad); Jason W. Moore; expert on Soviet philosophy of science, Loren Graham, author of works on animal philosophy Oksana Timofeeva, who together with the professor of the University of the Basque country (Spain), eco-activist will tell about "hospitable universes" and why plants are in no way inferior to animals .

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30 November 2023
29 November 2023
New residence of “Lonely Android” and “Giraffoles”. Two sculptures fr om the Artmossphere biennale moved to Apatity and joined the collection of the Center for Contemporary Art “Radiance”.

“Cultural exchanges in institutions are always a complex but important process. In contemporary art it is not as strongly developed as, for example, in classical museums, wh ere works from the collections are constantly toured. The Winzavod Foundation has repeatedly donated works to the collection, expanding the presence of contemporary art in institutions across the country. Therefore, the opportunity to transfer two objects from the Artmossphere biennale to the collection of the Center for Contemporary Art “Radiance” is another success for us. We hope for a long life for “Giraffoles” and “Lonely Android” in a new place,” Sofya Trotsenko, founder of the Winzavod Center for Contemporary Art.

The photo shows a new place of residence in Apatity, but here and here videos with the authors of two objects: Misha Most and the Chekharda bureau, is available for viewing.

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