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2020 Highlights: the Most Interesting Online Events & Projects

In 2020, online formats became the main way of interaction between Swiss artists and their Russian colleagues. During the whole year, Swiss theatre directors, choreographers, curators, and artists took part in discussions of the current issues of the contemporary art, hosted workshops, played music and composed new pieces, as well as practiced performances at the online platforms of their Russian partners.

We are happy to share the selection of the most interesting online discussions, publications, and music recordings of this year.


Public talk «No, no limits? The New Geography of Borders of Imaginations » and Q&A session with Milo Rau at the Summer Festival of Arts «The Access Point»:


Stefan Kaegi Q&A session at the Summer Festival of Arts «The Access Point»:



Discussion within the project of the Garage Museum of Contemporary Arts «Self-isolation» – «Swiss Dance on the Path to Independence» with Nicole Seiler, Boris Brüderlein, Anna Davies, Felicitas Amman and Anna Arutyunova:


Visual Arts

Public talk by the artist Mark Lee «Arts of the User Content. Social Networks as Creative Method» at the festival of digital art Pixels Fest in Yekaterinburg:


The collection of illustrations by the participants of the online-residence “Window” (Yannis La Macchia, Irene Schoch, Anna Sommer, Andrey Pokrovskiy, Marta Zhuravskaya, and Sayana Khomonova):


Swiss interpretation of the Russian composer work. Lemniscate Ensemble plays a piece by Dmitri Kourliandskiy «I-III» at the reMusik.org festival:


Photo: Yana Gorbacheva

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