Nataliya Tchermalykh

born in Ukraine, is an independent curator, contemporary art critic, and author of numerous essays on the relationship between art and politics, as well as on the history of feminism in the post-Soviet territory.


Three months of Maidan have led to the victory of a spontaneous micro-economy over macro-corruption, writes Nataliya Tchermalykh. That is, the victory of an economy based on grassroots collaboration and policy, as a prerequisite for everyday life.

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