Oleksandr Burlaka

born 1982 in Kyiv, Ukraine. Works in a field of spatial design. Artistic practice includes photography, research, installation. Lives and works in Kyiv, Ukraine. He examines history, architecture, urban planning and its transformations in Ukraine. He was a member of the Melnychuk-Burlaka Group (2007-2011), the Grupa Predmetiv (2011-2016) and a co-founder and member of the curatorial and activist interdisciplinary group Khudrada. As a researcher participated in the following projects: Soviet Modernism 1955-1991. Unknown Stories (2012, AzW, Vienna), A Parallel Modernity. Soviet Architecture 1956-1991, The Empire Strikes Back?

Oksana Dovgopolova

co-founder and co-curator of the memory culture platform Past / Future / Art. She holds a PhD, working also as professor at the philosophy department at the Odesa Mechnikov National University. Oksana is a member of the Memory Studies Association, the administrative and executive committee of the Ukrainian Association for Jewish Studies, as well as the author of scientific and educational publications. In 2018–2019, she developed the Memory Lab experimental unit at the Babyn Yar Holocaust Memorial Center. Oksana is based in Odesa continuing her work in Ukraine amid Russia’s full-scale invasion.

Ivan Grabko

born in Zaporizhzhya, Ukraine. Currently lives and works in Kyiv. He graduated National Academy of Fine Arts and Architecture. Ivan works with traditional methods of fine art. Studies the concept of artistic form, art as a historical phenomenon, development, and changes in culture and values. The influence of political and social events on the image of culture and art. His practice includes painting, sculpture, graphics, photography, temporary installation, creation of utilitarian objects of everyday life. At this stage of his creative activity, Ivan is focused on working with primary means of expression – color, composition, and scale.

Sasha Kurmaz

born 1986 in Kyiv, Ukraine where he currently lives and works. Sasha is an interdisciplinary artist. He uses various media and approaches in his artistic practice such as photography, video, public intervention, and situations, as well as diverse strategies to engage the audience through collaborative practice. The main focus of his work is social and political issues and global challenges that Ukrainian society has faced in recent years. Kurmaz's works have been widely presented at many international exhibitions and festivals.

Kateryna Semenyuk

is a curator and co-founder of the memory culture platform Past / Future / Art. Since 2010 she has been working in the field of art and collective memory. She was the head of the art centre Ya Gallery in Dnipro (2010–2017). In 2018–2019 Kateryna worked with the Babyn Yar Holocaust Memorial Center. After February 24, 2022, she continued her work, focusing on the commemoration of the Russia-Ukraine war. Kateryna is based in Kyiv.

Prykarpattian Theater

is an artist collective whose members share common relations to Kolomyia, a town located in Prykarpattian region of the Ivano-Frankivsk oblast in western Ukraine. Their work reflects the imprints left by the four occupations of the region throughout history and sets them in a translocal dialogue. Members of the collective: Ivan Bazak, Roman Khimei, Yarema Malashchuk, Tereza Yakovyna, Ostap Yashchuk

The Center for Spatial Technologies

(CST) was founded in 2017. An interdisciplinary research center working on a wide range of topics using spatial analysis and visualization methods. Based in Kyiv, Ukraine.