Everyone knows that the basic concept of relations between people in the Soviet Union was based on the ideas of comradeship, which in a classless society should overcome all existing differences – gender, national, racial, corporal and others. Everyone became comrades on the way to a bright communist future. It can also be argued, as many scholars show, that the ideas of commradeship extended not only to relationships between people, but also established comradely relationships with nature, with objects (comrade thing) and with previous generations (comrades do not die).
How is it possible today, in conditions of alienated everyday life and work, to re-actualize a comrade-relations?
The participants in the performance in the format of the learning laboratory carried out a number of practices that demonstrate examples of various types of relationships that can be considered as possible symbolic manifestations of modern forms of comradeship, offering new, possibly unexpected, models of behavior and interaction.
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