“Nika Turbina” is a production by Igor Fedirko about the Soviet poet of the same name, who tragically died when she was only 27. Igor’s poetic shadow and puppet show tells of Nika’s inner world through intelligent and wonderful images. He focuses the performance entirely on her, representing all the other roles through hands that tug at her, manipulate her, or comfort her. One comes very close to the person of Nika Turbina, because only she herself leads the viewer into the abysses of her soul and the dark beauty of her language. No spoken word, only her own recorded on tape,
original voices can be heard and make the evening almost universally understandable even without translation. There is a big window in her room and when the stage turns, her most private home suddenly becomes her stage. Here she recites her poems with great gesture, becoming more and more entangled in dreams, spiders and hands, from which she desperately tries to free herself. Until, at the end, they leave the speeding merry-go-round of stage
and children’s room disappears with a jump from that window into the black void.
Art Crossing Borders wants to record the performance conventionally in the best sense with a film camera. As a result, it will not only be preserved for posterity, it will also be able to tell the story of a Ukrainian poet who achieved fame in Soviet times in festival frames around the world.
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