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Curator: Lucy Nychai

EXHIBITION: FEBRUARY 14 - MARCH 1, 2024  (14.02.24 - 01.03.24)

VERNISSAGE: FEBRUARY 14 5PM-9PM (14.02.24 17:00 - 21:00 Uhr) 

HOURS: Tue-Sat 1PM-6PM | Dien-Sam 13:00-18:00 Uhr

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This group exhibition is the result of the "RESETTLEMENT" artist residency program conducted over several weeks at LiTE-HAUS, organized by Ukrainian curator Lucy Nychai. The show consists of storytelling, sound, photography, paintings, and assemblage.

As we navigate through the complexities of current global and local conflicts, the concepts of Autonomy and Dignity emerge as beacons of contemplation and resistance. In a world grappling with ideological clashes, political upheavals, and social struggles, the need to preserve individual and collective dignity while asserting autonomy becomes paramount. Looking back at global events in 2023, we feel these two words encompass the important social and political issues humanity struggled with last year, and continues to.


Ariana Emminghaus  +  Mariia Lutsak

Dmytro Goncharenko  +  Sinem Vardar

Antonina Savytska  +  Anton Vertwen


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