Konstantin Dudakov-Kashuro[RU]

Konstantin Dudakov-Kashuro is a scholar, assistant professor at Lomonosov Moscow State University, member of The Music Laboratory, and DJ. In 2006 he completed a Ph.D. in Cultural Studies, comparatively studying Italian Futurism and German Dada poetics.

His main research interests – cultural philosophy, modernism, and avant-garde aesthetics – motivate his involvement in curatorship and performance activities such as PerSimfAns, “Reconstructing Utopia”, and “ReConstruction of Noise” (together with Peter Aidu). He is a member of the European Network for Avant-Garde and Modernism Studies and The Centre for Avant-Garde Studies (University of Iceland), and is currently writing on the history of noise music of the early Soviet era.

PerSimfAns Now and Then

Kunstquartier Studio 1, Sat 25.01.2014, 16:00

Lecture by Konstantin Dudakov-Kashuro & Peter Aidu

Noise Revolution of the Early Soviets

Kunstquartier Studio 1, Sat 25.01.2014, 17:00

Between Folklore, Jazz, and Avant-Garde - Lecture by Konstantin Dudakov-Kashuro