Residencies: National Museum « Holodomor
victims Memorial » Kyiv, Ukraine

Supported Using public funding from Arts
Council England.
National Museum « Holodomor victims’ Memorial »
Kyiv, Ukraine.

In 2017 I was awarded an Artists’ international
Development Award from Arts Council UK for a
residency and exhibition in Ukraine. Using
archives, histories, survivors testimonies and
stories, I explored documents, maps
and informations from Holodomor, a huge
starvation in Ukraine. Holodomor took place
in winter 1932-1933, estimates show approximately
7 million died during the times.
In Ukraine, stories were lost and forgotten
during Communist times, and my work includes
materials released, and refound after
Ukrainian Independences in 1991.

I worked in residence at the museum for
two weeks, exploring meanings, and stories,
with a public talk and exhibition at the
end of my residency.

Huge thanks are to all of the staff at the
museum, in particular curator Yana Hrinko.

Links:
Holodomor Museum (in Ukrainian and English)
https://holodomormuseum.org.ua/

Ukrainian TV Interviews, 2017
(Photo: National Museum « Holodomor
victims’ Memorial » Kyiv)

Itinery in Ukrainian, 2017
(Author)


Radio Interview Documents, 2017
(Author)


Memorial: National Museum « Holodomor victims
Memorial, Kyiv, Ukraine, 2017
(Author)