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Human and non-human rights and sacrificing them for space research is the focus of the video by Masha Godovannaya (Russia) about Laika, the first dog in space, whose  haunted spirit re-tells the story of her heroic deeds and martyrdom. Her story told in a format of a letter to the people is not a call for a revenge or restitution, it’s rather a document of a life, one of many lives that have been considered “disposable” and “killable” by the well-known human strategies of conquest and domination.

Masha Godovannaya is a visual artist, experimental film maker and queer-feminist researcher, born in Moscow, Russia.  Approaching art production as artistic research and collective action, Masha’s artistic practice draws on combinations of approaches and spheres such as moving image theory, experimental cinema and DIY video tradition, social science, queer theory, decolonial methodologies, and contemporary art. 

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 The CDA's archives are operating with the support of the Ostrovsky Family Fund and Artis
 

Laika. The Last Flight

Human and non-human rights and sacrificing them for space research is the focus of the video by Masha Godovannaya (Russia) about Laika, the first dog in space, whose  haunted spirit re-tells the story of her heroic deeds and martyrdom. Her story told in a format of a letter to the people is not a call for a revenge or restitution, it’s rather a document of a life, one of many lives that have been considered “disposable” and “killable” by the well-known human strategies of conquest and domination.

Masha Godovannaya is a visual artist, experimental film maker and queer-feminist researcher, born in Moscow, Russia.  Approaching art production as artistic research and collective action, Masha’s artistic practice draws on combinations of approaches and spheres such as moving image theory, experimental cinema and DIY video tradition, social science, queer theory, decolonial methodologies, and contemporary art. 

 The CDA's archives are operating with the support of the Ostrovsky Family Fund and Artis
 

 The CDA's archives are operating with the support of the Ostrovsky Family Fund and Artis
 

Off to Space: Counternarrating the Cosmos
Maria Veits
3 ב 10 - Artists Talk