The exhibition of the digitized post-war heritage of the Museum of Ukrainian Victory has been extended for another month, until January 20, 2023, the organizers of the NGO “Pixelated Realities” inform.
The exhibition takes place at the Memorial Museum of Totalitarian Regimes “Territory of Terror”, Lviv, Vyacheslav Chornovil Avenue, 45G, Barrack No. 1. Tickets can be purchased at the museum box office.
Link to video from the exhibition: https://youtu.be/2tH3jFoMlqU
“Museum of Ukrainian Victory” is a military documentary project organized by the NGO Pixelated Realities. As part of the project, the public organization, together with war correspondents and cameramen located in war zones or cities damaged during the war, and in de-occupied territories, scans 3D exhibits for the future museum.
The exhibition presents the first exhibits of the Museum of Ukrainian Victory, as well as materials provided by partners, including Aero3DEngineering, Skeiron, Gwara Media, ScanUA, Close War, PinselAR, Mykhailo Sharkov, photographs by Vera Blanche, and the work of Fabian Knecht, an artist from Germany who supported Ukraine from the very beginning of the full-scale invasion of the Russian Federation on the territory of our state. His artwork depicts a rocket funnel he found during an expedition to the Kyiv region this fall.
Here you can see the post-war historical heritage presented in 37 prints and in the form of 10 videos and interactive installations. Among them: the Skovoroda National Literary and Memorial Museum, which was hit by a Russian rocket on April 7 and completely destroyed the building, the Vozdvizhenska Church in the village of Lukashivka, in which the occupying forces set up a warehouse for ammunition and fuel, and the Ivankiv Historical and Local History Museum, which was burned by the Russians invaders during the Battle of Ivankiv.
The digitized Odesa Art Museum, the Kharkiv Derzhprom, and the buildings in Borodyanka, where the anonymous artist Banksy left his graffiti, you have the opportunity to see all of these with your own eyes in the “Territory of Terror” Museum. After the exhibition, the materials collected by the project team will be placed in an interactive format on the platform https://pixelatedrealities.org/uk/mouv-2
Maurizio Aronica, President of the United Nations Foundation (FFUN SDG), UNESCO Ambassador in Bologna, and Edoardo Crisafulli, Director of the L’Istituto Italiano di Cultura di Kyiv visited the Museum’s exhibition and noted that for future generations the preservation in the 3D format of all important cultural and historical objects is of great importance.
The “Museum of Ukrainian Victory” project is implemented by the NGO Pixelated Realities with the support of the European Cultural Fund, the United Nations SDG Fund (FFUN SDG), and the Istituto Italiano di Cultura Kyiv.