Osminkin Roman


Collective Forms of Artistic Performance in Russia at the Beginning of the 21st Century (manuscript) 

The poet and performance artist Roman Osminkin considers the history of Russian performance art as a form of collective creative interaction in the sociocultural context. He investigates the genesis of performative human interactions — from rituals to avant-garde staging — showing how performance, first emerging at the junction of art and theatre, began to form new types of social relations.


Born in 1979 in Leningrad. Critic and art theorist, poet, performer, curator. Graduated from the Russian Institute of Art History. Member of the editorial board of the Translit journal, editor of the contemporary art website K.R.A.P.I.V.A., member of the Tekhno-Poeziia group, author of theoretical and critical publications on contemporary art. Lives and works in St. Petersburg.

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