You are all very welcome to the zoom meeting at 4 p.m. CET.
Meeting ID: 651 743 5460
In continuation of the project CLINIC about the mutual support and care about each other through the informing and learning of essential topics of our days ( inevitable with the performative elements ) we are cordially inviting you to our zoom conversation meeting on the 13 January 2021 at 4 pm CET time.
At each of the meetings, Gluklya is inviting a spoke person named Doctor.
This time a meeting will be constructed as a dialogue between doctors GLUKLYA Natalia Pershina-Jakimanskaya and Vita Buivid on the topic of Aging of society.
In 2020 Vita Buivid graduated from the Dutch Art Institute ( DAI), where she was concentrated on the research of social and political aspects of ageing from feminists point of view and presented her thesis in the form of fictocritical dystopia.
"My interest in research of social and political aspects of ageing relates to the contradictory process of self-awareness. It is devoted to the consideration of one of the critical problems of social philosophy - the study of old age as one of the periods of life of a person and society. Through this research, it seems to me that the essential problem of modern ageing based on the paradoxes and inconsistencies of chronological time and social time. Possibly we can also think about these notions through the local time, expanding it to local chronological time and local social time. The study is presented in the form of fictocritical dystopian novel. This form appeared to be the most suitable to display a large pool of questions that can already be posed, but still do not have an answer. The time in the novel seems to be infinitely stretched, but at the same time, it sometimes shrinks to a specific event. The story is not only the container of thoughts but also contains ideas transforming themselves and adapting while their nature remains the same, but continuously negotiating boundaries between fiction and reality. The future is already here, and therefore it is necessary to be more careful with forecasts”