A Series of Events Exploring Future Perspectives for Preserving Cultural Heritage
Over two days, Ukrainian and international artists and cultural practitioners will present and discuss their perspectives on the destruction of cultural heritage in the context of war and the possibilities of preservation and reconstruction.
On Saturday, the lectures and film screenings will deal with the violent loss of cultural heritage and attempts to reconstruct it.
Sunday's program revolves around speculations and perspectives on a future based on equality and dealing with the traumas of the past.
The second day consists of an artist talk, a discussion on effective forms of solidarity and the screening of new films by Ukrainian artists Dana Kavelina and Yuri Yefanov.
The programme features Ukrainian artists and cultural workers and international artists.
Participants: Lina Romanukha, Yuri Yefanov, Dana Kavelina, Cecile B. Evans, Morehshin Allahyari, Zhenia Molyar, Maksym Rokmaniko (Center for Spatial Technologies), Nnenna Onuoha, Roksolana Makar (Wall Evidence Projekt).
Organized by Liubov Dyvak, art manager and art historian from Kyiv, Ukraine, and Valeria Schiller, curator and art critic from Crimea, Ukraine, in cooperation with FHXB Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg Museum.
Meeting point: Top floor of the FHXB Museum