The art of occupying Krasnodar: The Russian art rebels making us look again – TOPIA Magazine

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In Krasnodar – a Russian city like no other – a conceptual “so-called art group” called Kiuss is staging urban interventions to make the familiar strange

Source: The art of occupying Krasnodar: The Russian art rebels making us look again – TOPIA Magazine

richard byrne

richard byrne

Richard Byrne is a writer, psychogeographer and PR person for under represented communities. Richard regularly spends an hour or two walking a very short distance while following psychogeographic instructions. He occasionally has euphoric experiences while...

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