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SPACES OF DIGNITY: HOW ARCHITECTURE HEALS THE WOUNDS OF WAR

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Ukraine House in Denmark præsenterer I forbindelse med Copenhagen Architecture Festival SPACES OF DIGNITY: HOW ARCHITECTURE HEALS THE WOUNDS OF WAR 1. juni - 10. august 2023 Ukraine House in Denmark, Gammel Dok, Strandgade 27B, 1401 København

Kun tre måneder efter åbningen af deres lokaler i den spektakulære Gammel Dok-bygning følger Ukraine House in Denmark sit visuelle kulturprogram, der blev indledt med den store udstilling af ukrainsk krigskunst "Muserne er ikke tavse", med en udstilling, der viser de udfordringer og resultater, som ukrainsk arkitektur har haft under krigen.

 

Udstillingen afholdes inden for rammerne af Copenhagen Architecture Festival (CAFx) og ledsages af en række uddannelsesmæssige arrangementer og debatter, herunder en paneldiskussion "Shelter the Body, Nurture the Soul", workshops afholdt i samarbejde mellem ukrainske arkitekter/aktivister og deres danske kolleger og et kreativt rum for de små besøgende.

 

"Vores mål er at udforske og dokumentere, hvordan arkitekturen reagerer på den brutale russiske invasion af Ukraine og på de mange humanitære kriser, der er opstået siden krigens første dage. Både i udstillingen og i de ledsagende debatter og workshops vil vi forsøge at besvare følgende spørgsmål: 

 

Hvordan kan arkitekturen hele krigens sår, både fysisk og psykisk, hvordan kan den give en følelse af værdighed til mennesker, hvis minder, rum og privatliv blev ødelagt af den russiske aggression, og hvordan kan den hjælpe med at genskabe ødelagte sociale forbindelser samt bidrage til varig fred?”, fremhæver Nataliia Popovych, formand for Ukraine House in Denmark

 

"Selv om udstillingen omfatter projekter fra de mest anerkendte og prisbelønnede ukrainske arkitektfirmaer - Balbek Bureau, Drozdov & Partners, Replus Bureau, er de fleste af vores udstillingshelte og deltagere meget unge mennesker", siger Katya Stukalova, udstillingens kurator. "Fra de allerførste dage efter den omfattende invasion arbejdede disse arkitekter, kunstnere, aktivister og iværksættere uden pause med at bygge og skabe beskyttelsesrum og konstruere midlertidige senge til internt fordrevne mennesker; organiserede raves, hvor festdeltagerne ryddede op i murbrokkerne i stedet for at danse; 3D-scannede og omhyggeligt dokumentere ukrainske kulturarvsgenstande for at sikre en præcis restaurering af dem i tilfælde af skader."

 

"Spaces of Dignity '' har til formål at forstærke de ukrainske stemmer, fremhæve deres erfaringer og inspirere til nye kreative løsninger på de mange udfordringer, som Ukraines genopbygning står over for i dag. Den understreger også det hidtil usete danske bidrag til den nuværende og fremtidige genopbygning af Ukraine.

 

Ukraine House in Denmark er en spirende ukrainsk kulturdiplomati- og civilsamfundsorganisation med en mission om at fremme en robust interkulturel dialog, fremme Ukraines kulturarv, moderne kultur og kreativt iværksætteri.

 

Copenhagen Architecture Festival er Skandinaviens største årlige arkitekturfestival. Siden etableringen i 2014 har CAFx gennem udstillinger, ekskursioner, debatter og et omfattende filmprogram fokuseret på steder, hvor arkitekturens transformationer krydser livet.

 

DELTAGERE: balbek bureau, Drozdov & Partners, Ponomarenko Bureau, ZikZak Architects, Urban Reform, MetaLab, Repair Together, Brave to Rebuild, Skeiron, The Center for Spatial Technologies, Peremebli, Álla Studio.

 

KURATOR: Katya Stukalova

 

ORGANIZATOR: Ukraine House in Denmark

 

PARTNER: Ukraines ambassade til Kongeriget Danmark

For pressehenvendelser kontakt venligst Maya Zakhovaiko, kommunikationsansvarlig,  press@ukrainehouse.dk



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Gammel Dok, Strandgade 27B
1401 København

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The Ukraine House in Denmark is a civil society organisation of Ukrainian cultural diplomacy based in Copenhagen. Its mission is to form an enduring positive influence of Ukraine on Ukrainian-Danish cooperation, security, and lasting peace in Europe.

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