The exhibition space, preserved as it was after the attack, serves as a ground for reflection on the current situation in which artistic expression now is.
More than 15 masked men stormed into the Visual Culture Research Center in Kiev and destroyed the art exhibition. We stand against aggression! We stand against violence!
Although the protests of 2016 are mostly unrelated to each other and often concern internal university problems, they are a consequence of a more general phenomenon, namely the failure of the higher education reform in Ukraine.
Public disclosure of politicians’ assets is an unprecedented rejection of the Ukrainian ruling class, the scale of which we have not yet fully grasped.
A new far-right Azov party can become an important player in Ukrainian parliamentary politics, possessing a wide base of mobilized and ideologically motivated supporters.