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11 May 2018
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The representatives of the creative association "Khlebozavod" demonstrated their own understanding of contemporary Ukrainian art in the Centre for Contemporary Art "White World" (Kyiv). On 27 April 2018, Evhenii Valiuk, Yevhen Shtein and participant of the 2nd Student Contest in Painting "Silver Easel" Nastia Didenko presented a joint project "Rukhome Nerukhome".

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Curator of the project Ehor Antsyhin explains: ‘The title "Rukhome Nerukhome" appeared as a consequence of the fact that in the creative circle "Khlebozavod" there are general ideas that move between participants, and static, immovable – the ideas of each individual. In addition, movable and immovable objects are represented here in the literal sense of the word, because the sound and images create a certain movement, in contrast to static artistic works. This is the first project of this creative association, the first step in its development, so we wanted to show what thoughts young artists share, to acquaint the viewer with their creativity.’

Young artists presented many varieties of contemporary art: abstract painting, sculpture, video and kinetic objects – about four dozen works in total.

Anastasiia Didenko presented to the viewer 11 abstract works done in mixed technique, and two videos. "The idea of my works was born during communication with my colleagues in the art group. In general, in such a way this project was born. This is the transmission of thoughts and moods in a conditionally abstract form, "says Nastia.

And on 8 May, the artists arranged finissage and presented one more video of Nastia Didenko. It referred to a research, the essence of which was that visitors of the exhibition in the format of the interview expressed their own understanding of what they knew about the creative associations. It was a kind of experiment that gave an opportunity to hear the independent viewpoints of ordinary audiences about the essence and purpose of such associations.

Text: Kseniia Shokina
Photos provided by Anastasiia Didenko
© Art & Culture Foundation Brovdi Art

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