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Aleksei Borisionok -> Institutional Meditation Anna Huana -> Screening of “Human factor” Anton Sorokin -> Product Placement eeefff -> Economic strategies stress test Pavel Khailo -> Open air political games Roman Osminkin -> Labour as “repressed” of the art: amateur performance of WEB 2.0 epoch Union “OBSERVATION²” (Aleksei Naumchik and Maksim Sarychev) -> Observing the news Vox Studio -> Workshop-walk “Visual and urban studies” Alisa Oleva -> Group Exercises Anton Sorokin -> Revenge of the Mutant Camels (Game session) GRECHA -> The human cloud Irina Kudrya -> Check the sensor! Pass the exam* on emotional labour! Test-discussion of emotional labour, its appropriation by corporate ethics, empathy and intimacy Pyotr Vladimirov -> Along memorable places. City tour Work Hard! Play Hard! -> Transmission: vector-assembly Alexandra Tryanova -> Dacha: presentation and fortune-telling by the photograph Vital Shchutski -> Report on a walk in the shopping center Le BHV Aleksei Borisionok -> Institutional Meditation Anna Huana -> Screening of “Human factor” Anton Sorokin -> Product Placement eeefff -> Economic strategies stress test Pavel Khailo -> Open air political games Roman Osminkin -> Labour as “repressed” of the art: amateur performance of WEB 2.0 epoch Union “OBSERVATION²” (Aleksei Naumchik and Maksim Sarychev) -> Observing the news Vox Studio -> Workshop-walk “Visual and urban studies” Alisa Oleva -> Group Exercises Anton Sorokin -> Revenge of the Mutant Camels (Game session) GRECHA -> The human cloud Irina Kudrya -> Check the sensor! Pass the exam* on emotional labour! Test-discussion of emotional labour, its appropriation by corporate ethics, empathy and intimacy Pyotr Vladimirov -> Along memorable places. City tour Work Hard! Play Hard! -> Transmission: vector-assembly Alexandra Tryanova -> Dacha: presentation and fortune-telling by the photograph Vital Shchutski -> Report on a walk in the shopping center Le BHV Aleksei Borisionok -> Institutional Meditation Anna Huana -> Screening of “Human factor” Anton Sorokin -> Product Placement eeefff -> Economic strategies stress test Pavel Khailo -> Open air political games Roman Osminkin -> Labour as “repressed” of the art: amateur performance of WEB 2.0 epoch Union “OBSERVATION²” (Aleksei Naumchik and Maksim Sarychev) -> Observing the news Vox Studio -> Workshop-walk “Visual and urban studies” Alisa Oleva -> Group Exercises Anton Sorokin -> Revenge of the Mutant Camels (Game session) GRECHA -> The human cloud Irina Kudrya -> Check the sensor! Pass the exam* on emotional labour! Test-discussion of emotional labour, its appropriation by corporate ethics, empathy and intimacy Pyotr Vladimirov -> Along memorable places. City tour Work Hard! Play Hard! -> Transmission: vector-assembly Alexandra Tryanova -> Dacha: presentation and fortune-telling by the photograph Vital Shchutski -> Report on a walk in the shopping center Le BHV Aleksei Borisionok -> Institutional Meditation Anna Huana -> Screening of “Human factor” Anton Sorokin -> Product Placement eeefff -> Economic strategies stress test Pavel Khailo -> Open air political games Roman Osminkin -> Labour as “repressed” of the art: amateur performance of WEB 2.0 epoch Union “OBSERVATION²” (Aleksei Naumchik and Maksim Sarychev) -> Observing the news Vox Studio -> Workshop-walk “Visual and urban studies” Alisa Oleva -> Group Exercises Anton Sorokin -> Revenge of the Mutant Camels (Game session) GRECHA -> The human cloud Irina Kudrya -> Check the sensor! Pass the exam* on emotional labour! Test-discussion of emotional labour, its appropriation by corporate ethics, empathy and intimacy Pyotr Vladimirov -> Along memorable places. City tour Work Hard! Play Hard! -> Transmission: vector-assembly Alexandra Tryanova -> Dacha: presentation and fortune-telling by the photograph Vital Shchutski -> Report on a walk in the shopping center Le BHV Aleksei Borisionok -> Institutional Meditation Anna Huana -> Screening of “Human factor” Anton Sorokin -> Product Placement eeefff -> Economic strategies stress test Pavel Khailo -> Open air political games Roman Osminkin -> Labour as “repressed” of the art: amateur performance of WEB 2.0 epoch Union “OBSERVATION²” (Aleksei Naumchik and Maksim Sarychev) -> Observing the news Vox Studio -> Workshop-walk “Visual and urban studies” Alisa Oleva -> Group Exercises Anton Sorokin -> Revenge of the Mutant Camels (Game session) GRECHA -> The human cloud Irina Kudrya -> Check the sensor! Pass the exam* on emotional labour! Test-discussion of emotional labour, its appropriation by corporate ethics, empathy and intimacy Pyotr Vladimirov -> Along memorable places. City tour Work Hard! Play Hard! -> Transmission: vector-assembly Alexandra Tryanova -> Dacha: presentation and fortune-telling by the photograph Vital Shchutski -> Report on a walk in the shopping center Le BHV Aleksei Borisionok -> Institutional Meditation Anna Huana -> Screening of “Human factor” Anton Sorokin -> Product Placement eeefff -> Economic strategies stress test Pavel Khailo -> Open air political games Roman Osminkin -> Labour as “repressed” of the art: amateur performance of WEB 2.0 epoch Union “OBSERVATION²” (Aleksei Naumchik and Maksim Sarychev) -> Observing the news Vox Studio -> Workshop-walk “Visual and urban studies” Alisa Oleva -> Group Exercises Anton Sorokin -> Revenge of the Mutant Camels (Game session) GRECHA -> The human cloud Irina Kudrya -> Check the sensor! Pass the exam* on emotional labour! Test-discussion of emotional labour, its appropriation by corporate ethics, empathy and intimacy Pyotr Vladimirov -> Along memorable places. City tour Work Hard! Play Hard! -> Transmission: vector-assembly Alexandra Tryanova -> Dacha: presentation and fortune-telling by the photograph Vital Shchutski -> Report on a walk in the shopping center Le BHV Aleksei Borisionok -> Institutional Meditation Anna Huana -> Screening of “Human factor” Anton Sorokin -> Product Placement eeefff -> Economic strategies stress test

Glossary ->
psychodata

Psychogeography of data – phychodata – which is very subjective and connected to an individuality of each of us. Files with texts, photos, letters to a friend, whom you haven’t been writing for ages. GPS-tracks of the only one running last summer. A worddoc of a friend, which she asked you to print. 1642 files in a folder called “to_sort_out” on your desktop. Part of those files belong to you, leave an imprint after you, they do tell at least something about you, those endless data flows. Data are instruments of communication between us, means of learning, resources for enjoyment, tools of life producing. What kind of relationships can enter our data in and what is their class affiliation?

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