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Can you see what I see
Emergency Intervention

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  • Anastasiya Yarovenko, White Noise, 2022
  • Exhbition view, Can you see what I see, 2022
  • Exhibition view, Can you see what I see, 2022

On 24 February 2022, Russia invaded Ukraine, triggering the escalation of a war that began in 2014. This has so far resulted in thousands of dead, the massive destruction of housing and infrastructure, and millions of refugees in what is the greatest mass exodus Europe has witnessed since World War II.


Five Ukrainian artists react to the topical situation in Can you see what I see. Comprised of an installation in front of the Lentos, and video works, films, and drawings on display in the Museum itself, this Emergency Intervention conjures up a dramatic predicament that concerns all of Europe. 


Artists

Alevtina Kakhidze

*1973, lives in Muzychi

Kateryna Lysovenko

*1989, currently fled to Graz

Oleksiy Radynski

*1984, lives in Kyjiw

Mykola Ridnyi

*1985, lives in Kyjiw

Anastasiya Yarovenko

*1983, lives in Wien

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