So Far, Yet So Close
1 mei – 21 mei 2022
Vika Mitrichenko, Lena Davidovich, Tasha Arlova, Hanna Aksionava, Masha Maroz, Anna Sokolova, Maria Komarova & Sviatlana Silich
Every day we wake up and look at the news, and sometimes you can feel paralysed and silenced in the face of evil and terror. But despite all circumstances we chose to raise my voice and say out loud ‘No!’- no to the war, no to the oppression, no to the deathLena Davidovich, artist & initiator of the exhibition
Image: Anna Sokolova, White – Red – White (Film still)
This exhibition is part of So Far, Yet So Close: A day-long program of talks, film, and art about the war in Ukraine, activism and the fight against authoritarianism from a Belarusian perspective.
‘When Flowers Are Not Silent’ + Talk
Belarus 2020. A wave of protests spreads across the country after the rigged presidential election. The repressions are terrifying. A film from a Belarusian director living in Poland.