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20 September 2020
Cottbus Staatstheater. Photo by Irina Tokareva
Work has begun in Germany on Boris Yukhananov's Catabasis. Demons project, a joint project of the Stanislavsky Electrotheatre and the Cottbus Staatstheater, within the framework of the Lausitz Festival. It is based on Fyodor Dostoevsky's novel, The Demons.
24 August 2020

The Cosmoscow international contemporary art fair runs in Moscow from September 10 to 13, 2020. The H.L.A.M Gallery stand at the fair will present an installation titled Boris Yukhananov's Suitcases, which will include Yukhananov's Catabasis. Demons series of 86 graphics hidden in suitcases with specially created stickers. The stickers also contain elements of the Catabasis. Demons graphics.

19 June 2020
Photo by Andrei Bezukladnikov
In this article, published in Vestnik Evropy (Messenger of Europe) magazine, Vadim Rutkovsky reviews a large swath of Boris Yukhananov’s work, from the 1970s in Voronezh to his latest premieres in Moscow.
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9 June 2020
Critic, translator and Supervisor of English at the Stanislavsky Electrotheatre, John Freedman, in conversation with Noah Birksted-Breen (University of Oxford) on how the Stanislavsky Electrotheatre became one of the most influential theatres in Europe. Recorded 6 May 2020 for The Theatre Times International Online Theatre Festival.
8 May 2020
Photo by Andrei Bezukladnikov
A performance of The Observer will be shown May 13 within the framework of the "Boris Yukhananov's Cinema: We Look at the Past as if it Were the Present" festival. Today our Photohistory rubric is dedicated to it.
2 May 2020
Photo by Ken Reynolds
This year’s festival features 25 productions from leading international companies including Reckless Sleepers, TR Warszawa, Stanislavsky Electrotheatre and the Schaubühne.
28 April 2020
Photo by Sergei Borisov
Films and theatre productions from the Boris Yukhananov archive. Jointly with Seance magazine
25 April 2020
Composition City. Photo by Andrei Bezukladnikov
The Stanislavsky Electrotheatre continues it's program of streaming theatre performances. On 27 April — 2 May, you can watch three compositions of The Golden Ass project.
7 April 2020
The Golden Ass. Composition White.
Photo by Andrei Bezukladnikov
The Stanislavsky Electrotheatre continues it's program of streaming theatre performances, and lectures of the School of Contemporary Spectators and Listeners. The new contingent opens with Heiner Goebbels Week, which will offer archival footage of meetings and conversations with the director, as well as the presentation of his book The Aesthetics of Absence, the installation Fading Apocalypse, and his production, Max Black, or, 62 Ways of Supporting the Head with a Hand. In the last two weeks of April, we will offer streams of Boris Yukhananov’s multi-part performances — The Blue Bird and The Golden Ass. Streaming will take place on the Afisha website, the Culture.ru portal and VKontakte on the theatre’s page.
2 April 2020
Photo by Olympia Orlova
Boris Yukhananov: This frightening new Spectacle has certain properties – for one, it is an anti-world from within the carnival. But where the carnival simply flips the hierarchy, elevating the low to the high, and bringing down those on top, what we are experiencing now defines a completely different type of horizontal development.
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