Voices in Kyiv


Formats: 60 x 160 cm

During the 2014 Euromaidan protests, poets and artists spoke in public places. Together, we walked through the streets of Kyiv, exploring the scars of war, the traces of the fighting, the monuments dedicated to the dead, and all the places where life picks up despite everything.

Even though the images of the war remain embedded in the national memory and are resurging today, the crowds moving through the city are a symbol of hope in response to the tragic events.

New visions are emerging.

And the people are both custodians of the memory of the war and witnesses of their own rebirth.

Voices in Kyiv has been exhibited at the Taras Shevchenko National Museum in Kyiv in 2018 (multimedia installations)
  • Podil with Iryna

  • Woman park

  • Fake collision, 60x160 cm

  • Maidan with her, 60x160cm

  • Comings and goings

  • Metro landscape

  • City Leisure

  • Back to daily life

  • A place to hide

  • New thoughts

  • Ahead of us

  • Free orientation

  • Together

  • Fathers and Sons

  • End of the day with them