3.14159 consists of three chapters: "body in politics," "body in art" and "body at war”. The movie explores different aspects of women's lives, raising questions about stereotypes, discrimination and inequality. This movie is an insightful and important exploration of women's roles in art and other spheres of life. Gender equality is a value of a democratic society. However, women in the world are still constantly subjected to all kinds of discrimination. Equality of rights and opportunities between men and women is enshrined in law in many countries - but stereotypes about the role of women in society are still common and hinder their development and realization.

  • Dasha Brian
  • Dasha Brian
  • Maryia Kruk
  • Lena Schimscheiner
    Key Cast
    ""body in politics” (chapter i)"
  • Mariia Hordiienko
    Key Cast
    ""body in art" (chapter ii)"
  • Tasha Katsuba
    Key Cast
    ""body at war"/"body as an elusive object" (chapter iii)"
  • Art project "Revolution"
  • Project Type:
    Experimental, Short
  • Runtime:
    6 minutes 58 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    July 10, 2023
  • Production Budget:
    700 EUR
  • Country of Origin:
  • Country of Filming:
  • Language:
    Belarusian, English
  • Shooting Format:
  • Film Color:
  • First-time Filmmaker:
  • Student Project:
  • Exhibition of modern art "I shot P."
    July 10, 2023
Director Biography - Dasha Brian

Dasha Brian (*1995, Minsk) is an audiovisual artist working on the borderline of the arts based in Warsaw. With a background of working as a theater director and performance artist, Brian has developed an artistic practice that centers around live performances, short art films and video collages. In these works, Dasha portrays herself and others in various roles and scenarios, exploring such themes as representation in private and public life, politics and body. In her work she strives to go beyond the limitations of specific forms, rejecting the semantic limitations associated with the word "artist" or "director".
Her experiences as a Belarusian political refugee in Western Europe have greatly influenced her art, leading her to question patterns of identity, particularly as a woman. After the 2020 revolution in Belarus, Dasha was forced to leave the country because of threats of political persecution from the Lukashenko regime. Since then she has been working a lot with political art and is the co-creator, director and curator of the art project "Revolution", which works with the themes of human rights, refugees, art in crisis situations, the revolution in Belarus and the war in Ukraine.

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