Thirty years ago the Berlin Wall fell and so did the old world order. The Soviet Union only survived a couple of years. Some might remember the dream of Mikhail Gorbachev about the common “European…

30 years – the fall of the Berlin wall: What about Europe?

In September 2017, Dutch collective Metahaven first visited Kyiv giving an artist talk and presenting their work Information Skies. Soon, their new work, Hometown, will be presented at Izolyatsia. We’ve had a conversation, first in…


Авторка книжки «Чому інтернет-порно має значення» МАРГРЕТ ГРЕБОВІЧ – про нове поняття приватності, ілюзію свободи вибору й котиків у соцмережах.

Margret Grebowicz: “We are more alone than ever”

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


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


Online magazine Korydor in cooperation with PinchukArtCentre Research platform continues to study the subject of contemporary art. This time we will talk about curatorial practices and institutional critique. Tetiana Kochubinska, curator of national exhibitions, interviews…

Anna Smolak: We question the traditional institutional museum-like narratives that propose a linear way of thinking

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’

The Polish-Ukrainian exhibition of feminist art «What in me is feminine?» will be held at the Visual Culture Research Center (Kyiv) from November 19 to December 21. Zuzanna Janin is one of the participants of…

Zuzanna Janin: Imagine your own death and fight for the right to joy

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”

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

“Let’s talk about the limits of free speech…” somebody nearby says. The host invites guests to call in and between callers launches into a polemic on the attack at the Charlie Hedbo offices. He says…

Freedom from Terror

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