Ukrainian Nostalgia & One Designer’s Take On Artistic Thought Structure [PechaKucha]
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Tatiana Guryeva‘s presentation (in Ukrainian, from PKN Kyiv Vol. 7) is based on recollections of her childhood. You’ll see the Kyiv of the 70s and 80s, or at least how it has remained in her memory, as well as Pechersk, the area where she grew up, and Podol, the area where she currently lives.
Art’s task is to Save the Soul of Mankind, and that anything less is a dithering while Rome burns. Because if the Artist, who are self-selected to be able to journey into the other… if the Artist cannot find the way, then the Way cannot be Found.
Adopting this Terence McKenna quote as his mantra and accidentally stumbling into what he calls “Thought Structure” through his art, blakeArt® (aka Matt Blake), with all his might and good intent, attempts to do just that: find a way for All. We are all “One” in the “Same,” and he expands on that idea in this presentation (from PKN Chicago Vol. 18).
We’ve also added a few posters and flyers from PKN Buenos Aires that we hadn’t come across in the past, including the flyer you see above, for the city’s Vol. 21. PKN Buenos Aires Vol. 25 happens tonight.
Photos and video
We have a few photo galleries to share today, including from the recent PKN Barcelona Vol. 16, which is what you see above. After the link, you’ll also find a great video round-up from the event — we sure love that “20th Century Fox” intro done PK-style.
Tonight (June 26) your PKN satisfaction will come from the following two events: PKN Amersfoort Vol. 7 and the previously mentioned PKN Buenos Aires Vol. 25. Tomorrow, on top of PKN Tokyo Vol. 93, you’ll find PKN Kingston Vol. 3 and PKN Providence Vol. 39.
Originally published on PechaKucha. Republished with kind permission.