New art project and multimedia exhibition from Panel Literature Association and Panel magazine!

Since the full scale Russian invasion in Ukraine lots of artists have been through a lot of challenge to continue their work. They have shown enormous dedication to their vocation.

The project “Layers of Sense” is aimed to support the artists, who have suffered from the Russian war in Ukraine, and to give them a platform and audience.

From the artistic perspective, “Layers of Sense” is an attempt to reflect on the current moment, and to provide an audience with a glimpse of artists' emotions, personal experiences, and thoughts.

Layers of Sense” is a combination of “traditional” visual artworks and modern, innovative technologies, such as augmented reality (AR). All artworks displayed on the walls of the venue, valuable and solid as they are, will have an AR component: interactive visuals, audio, text or film. We selected AR, because it is a pragmatic and logistical solution for many of the challenges faced by contributors seeking to address the exhibition’s themes.

We believe that “multiple realities,” as well as our fractious world, can be effectively explored while using augmented reality.

The participants of the exhibition: Alisa Pidverbna, Andrey Nekraha, Rita Safonova, KESHA, Vika Ovechkina, Olena Kayinska, Roksolana Deineha, and others.

The multimedia exhibition has become possible with the financial support of the Goethe-Institut.

The opening of the exhibition will take place at Kastner Kommunity on December 9, 2022.

More on the project and official exhibition announcement – coming soon!




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