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Concentration of the Will participantat M17 CAC, Kyiv, Ukraine
“The good will save the world. Innocence, nature and feminine power of creation are not a sign of vulnerability, but of strength and courage. We are on their side. Beauty will save the world. Truth will save the world. Peace will save the world.”
Eva Andronikidou, a participant in the Concentration of the Will exhibition project, is active as a freelance architect, stage designer, visual artist and actor, publishing articles, announcing at conferences and participating in exhibitions, theatre productions, artistic programs and other projects internationally. Due to her engagement with different creative fields, Eva’s work is expressed in various formats, mediums and scales.
Every project is a field of research. Her work seeks to mobilize emotion alongside active thinking, which is why it often deals with actual issues: science, refugees, the environment, the pandemic, diversity. She explores the invisible, that inhabits the imaginary and connects us through our vulnerable side: error, the escapist-inescapable dichotomy, trauma, weakness, desire.
We invite you to visit the exhibition at the M17 CAC and see the work of Eva Andronikidou and 48 contemporary Ukrainian and international artists and their view of the Ukrainian vision of the will, which was vividly manifested in the new wave of the struggle for independence in these dark times.
Organized by the National Academy of Arts of Ukraine, Modern Art Research Institute and M17 Contemporary Art Center.The Art Support Fund provided essential support for the opening of the second stage of the Concentration of the Will project at the M17 CAC.
Curators: Andriy Sydorenko, Iryna Yatsyk
Project management from the institutions: Andriy Puchkov (NAAU), Igor Abramovych (MARI), Natalia Shpytkovska (M17 CAC)
M17 Contemporary Art Center102-104, V. Antonovycha St., Kyiv cityTue-Sun: 11 am to 8 pmMonday: closedFree admission