Interview with Pavel Berdon | ITSLIQUID

Interview with Pavel Berdon

Interviews | October 13, 2016 |

Interview with Pavel Berdon Image courtesy of Pavel Berdon

Interview with Pavel Berdon

Luca Curci talks with artist Pavel Berdon during FRAGMENTED IDENTITIES, second appointment of BORDERS festival, in Venice on August 2016Pavel Berdon is a young actor, screenwriter, filmmaker, theatre actor. He started his way few years ago, but he just made, despite the osbtacles, many movies, two with big production too, theathre show, short movies.

Luca Curci – What is the message linked to the artwork you have shown in this exhibition?

Pavel Berdon – Two unimaginables worlds joined in a same show. It’s a succeeded experiment between experimental and classic theatre. I told about Iliad and the other from theatre Oltre Quella Sedia interpreted it with mimic and moves.

L. C. – How is it connected to the theme of the entire festival?

P. B. – Hector’s told the Iliad as dead man in the present. The world is not so different as therefore. The war is current today as well as during the ancient Greece.

 

Interview with Pavel BerdonImage courtesy of Pavel Berdon

 

L. C. – What do you think about the concept of this festival? In which way did inspire you?

P. B. – The concept is different from the other festival that we used to. Everything was something new. The people told me that I’m an original type, I shared my originality with the other with an original theatre.

L. C. – What’s your background? What is the experience that has influenced your work the most?

P. B. – The life is the better school! The act is something that I enjoy to do. Do something different that I am during the ordinary day is something that changed my life. I’m able to do other thing, but nothing else make me feel so good.

L. C. – What is art for you?

P. B. – Art is it for me: When I see a movie, performance, sculpture, paint or picture and I can tell it: “That’s Wonderful!” When I see it I forget even bad day!

 

Interview with Pavel BerdonImage courtesy of Pavel Berdon

 

L. C. – What do you think about the whole organization of the event, the selection of the artists, the communication management and opening ceremony?

P. B. – When saw other artists I was proud to be there. I mean that the places of arts and performer were perfectly selected. A wonderful palace, Ca’ Zanardi and the Venice Art House Gallery are perfect environments for our exposures, performances. Thanks to all organisation that made a difficult job to organise this manifestation.

L. C. – Do you think that this experience could be useful for artists and can contribute to increase personal background?

P. B. – Yes. When I was the first time in Venice 6 years ago with my family, I’ve told me that I have something to do in this wonderful city, the most particular city of the world: Venice. We showed our art in the city of the Art during the greatest event of the art.

L. C. – Are you interested in future collaborations with our organization?

P. B. – Yes. We are just preparing for the performance of 6th October in Ca’Zanardi. This experience lead me to do other videos in a different way. I discovered the “Liquid Art”.

 

Interview with Pavel BerdonImage courtesy of Pavel Berdon

 

Interview with Pavel BerdonImage courtesy of Pavel Berdon

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