LAB 2021
About Lab
The main locations are two industrial monotowns Apatity and Kirovsk which are situated at the bottom of the monumental mountain chain of the Kola Peninsula – the Khibiny mountains.

The project is going to take place at the unique time when the daylight is endlessly extended and the sun is on the horizon for 24 hours.

Field recording lab is the final stage of the international research project Murmansk Prospekt where artists from Russia and the Netherlands are exploring the Northern soviet heritage and the features of the Arctic urban territories.
Boris Shershenkov
(Russia, Saint-Petersburg)
Engineer, sound-artist, constructor of musical instruments
The author of sound installations and performances, focusing on the experimental electronic and sound art. Curator of various concert programmes, installations and educational projects.

Boris is actively working with the live-electronics and electroacoustic improvisations both individually and in collaboration with the Russian and foreign musicians.

(Russia, Murmansk)
Experimental filmmaker
Visual artist working with archives and moving images. The author Uncapitals manifesto – a series of art expeditions to the remote locations of the European North, and also a coordinator of Fridaymilk educational laboratories.

As an artist and curator 1999Q is researching the social and cultural aspects of life in the Far North regions, the idea of new Northern identity and aspects of migration processes of the Arctic territories.
Here you can see how the field recording lab was held last years, what was the main focus for participants, learn about the experts and the project results
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