ЄВГЕНІЯ ОЛІЙНИК аналізує фільм Сергія Лозниці «Аустерліц» й говорить про неминучі наслідки комерціалізації просторів пам'яті.

CHECKING INTO DACHAU

Канадський історик українського походження СЕРГІЙ ЄКЕЛЬЧИК про те, з чого мала б починатись українська декомунізація, й те, як популізм вихолощує важливі гасла.

SERHY YEKELCHYK: “COLONIAL” MEANS THAT WE HAVE NOT BEEN RESPONSIBLE FOR OUR PAST

В авторській колонці ЄВГЕНІЯ ОЛІЙНИК пише про химерні форми боротьби з «совком», які виникають у публічному просторі країни.

THE FLAG AND THE BLIDNESS

Художник рассказывает о том, как в Харькове победило «Барабашово», и объясняет, почему европейской эмпатии не хватает на Украину.

PAVLO MAKOV: “UKRAINIAN STATE THINKS THAT EVERYONE WILL LEARN ABOUT US EITHER WAY”

  This article was released under the patronage of Irina Chernyshova who contributed to the project Korydor trough crowdfunding platform. I started looking for Alexander Etkind’s “Warped Mourning. Stories of the Undead in the Land…

ALEXANDER ETKIND: “TO RECOGNIZE CRIMES OF THE SECOND WORLD WAR MEANS TO CHANGE YOUR VIEWS ON THE STATE”

Anadolu Kültür – one of the Turkish organisations that work with the major social issues like the holocaust in Hungary, East-versus-West communication issues, the Kurdish-Turkish conflict and domestic violence against women. KORYDOR found out how…

WHERE CULTURE IS IMPOSSIBLE?

Ukrainian society is closing into “cosy ghettos”, says Serhiy Zhadan – but the writer and activist thinks that there are still ways in which dialogues can be opened up with people in the occupied territories….

Zhadan: ‘In the fight against the enemy, we forget about finding potential allies’

National Art Museum of Ukraine presented art-project “Identity. Behind The Curtain Of Uncertainty”. Over 30 artists from Ukraine and Nordic-Baltic countries participated in the exhibition. KORYDOR talks with curator and director of Latvian Contemporary Art…

Solvita Krese: “There is a fear of waking up in an irreversibly changed world”

Croatian writer and journalist Slavenka Drakulic may be called a communism anthropologist. What she studies is soviet mentality. That may be documenting women’s experience of everyday life in socialism (“How We Survived Communism and Even…

Slavenka Drakulic: “Between freedom and security people choose security”

The creative work of Marie Bashkirtseff belongs concurrently to several cultures – French, Ukrainian, and Russian. Immediately following the death of the artist and “Diary” author, her mythical status as a prominent figure at the…

The Cosmopolite

Everything that happens in this war happens gradually, in stages. It’s not exactly clear why that is. Maybe it’s because we’re up against a massive, inert enemy, one incapable of acting quickly. Or because they…

Fear and Loathing: Borders of Identity

The stories of iconoclasm carried out by artists, and not by religious or ideological censors, come down to us from the time when these acts began to be recorded in artists’ biographies.

The Devil’s in the Details


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