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OUR YEARS, OUR WORDS, OUR LOSSES, OUR SEARCHES, OUR US
OUR YEARS, OUR WORDS, OUR LOSSES, OUR SEARCHES, OUR US
OUR YEARS, OUR WORDS, OUR LOSSES, OUR SEARCHES, OUR US
OUR YEARS, OUR WORDS, OUR LOSSES, OUR SEARCHES, OUR US
OUR YEARS, OUR WORDS, OUR LOSSES, OUR SEARCHES, OUR US
OUR YEARS, OUR WORDS, OUR LOSSES, OUR SEARCHES, OUR US
OUR YEARS, OUR WORDS, OUR LOSSES, OUR SEARCHES, OUR US
OUR YEARS, OUR WORDS, OUR LOSSES, OUR SEARCHES, OUR US
OUR YEARS, OUR WORDS, OUR LOSSES, OUR SEARCHES, OUR US
OUR YEARS, OUR WORDS, OUR LOSSES, OUR SEARCHES, OUR US
OUR YEARS, OUR WORDS, OUR LOSSES, OUR SEARCHES, OUR US
OUR YEARS, OUR WORDS, OUR LOSSES, OUR SEARCHES, OUR US
OUR YEARS, OUR WORDS, OUR LOSSES, OUR SEARCHES, OUR US
OUR YEARS, OUR WORDS, OUR LOSSES, OUR SEARCHES, OUR US
OUR YEARS, OUR WORDS, OUR LOSSES, OUR SEARCHES, OUR US
OUR YEARS, OUR WORDS, OUR LOSSES, OUR SEARCHES, OUR US
OUR YEARS, OUR WORDS, OUR LOSSES, OUR SEARCHES, OUR US
OUR YEARS, OUR WORDS, OUR LOSSES, OUR SEARCHES, OUR US
OUR YEARS, OUR WORDS, OUR LOSSES, OUR SEARCHES, OUR US

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ISBN 978-617-7948-39-0

Paperback

262 pages



OUR YEARS, OUR WORDS, OUR LOSSES, OUR SEARCHES, OUR US

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Jam Factory exhibition catalogue, November 18–March 10, 2023


Our Years, Our Words, Our Losses, Our Searches, Our Us is a catalog of the exhibition project of the same name that opens the Jam Factory Art Center in Lviv in the fall of 2023, after eight years of its reconstruction. The exhibition captures the intermediate state of artistic practices in the context of the long chronology of the war as well as changes in relationships with place, language, weapons, works of art from different times, with loved ones, with personal and public texts, and also changes in the relationship between artists themselves. The publication consists of texts about the exhibition as such, about its sub-topics, and about the artworks — all this is presented in an extended version comparing to the exhibition.


Catalogue team

Curators and compilers: Kateryna Iakovlenko, Natalia Matsenko, Borys Filonenko

Authors of the texts: Bozhena Pelenska, Kateryna Iakovlenko, Natalia Matsenko, Borys Filonenko

Artists: Kateryna Alііnyk, Yehor Antsyhin, Yuriy Biley, Yuriy Bolsa, Katya Buchatska, Open Group, Vlad(a) Valizhevskyi, Stas Voliazlovskyi, Stas Voliazlovskyi and Ilіa Isupov, Oleksandr Hnylytskyi and Oleg Holosiy, Yevhen Hulevych, Yulіa Danylevska, Lia Dostlieva and Andriі Dostliev, Timur Dzhafarov (John Object), Anna Yeresko and Olena Zashko, Yuri Yefanov, Oleksandr Zhukovskyi, Dmytro Zaiets and Tetіana Pukhnavtseva, Bohdana Zaiats, Anna Zvyagintseva, Lucy Ivanova, Nikita Kadan, Zhanna Kadyrova, Alevtina Kakhidze, Alevtina Kakhidze and Pіotr Armianovski, Olіa Kowal, Svіatoslav Koverzniev, Mykola Kolomiiets, Vlodko Kostyrko, Vitalіy Kokhan, Yuri Leiderman, Pavlo Makov, Sasha Maslov, Mykola Matsenko, Kristina Melnyk, Sevilya Nariman-qizi, Natsprom (Oleg Tistol, Mykola Matsenko), Daniil Nemyrovskyi, Yevgen Nikiforov, Sergіy Petlyuk, Yuriy Pikul, Polina Polikarpova, Vіacheslav Polіakov, Sofiya Pomogaibo, Georgiy Potopalskyi (Ujif_notfound), Prykarpattian Theater, Vlada Ralko, Andriy Rachynskyi, Daniil Revkovskyi and Andriy Rachynskyi, Andrii Sahaidakovskyi, Anton Saenko, Anton Saenko and Yaroslav Futymskyi, Vasyl Sai, Oleksiy Sai, Yevhen Samborskyi, Tiberiy Silvashi, Karina Synytsia, Dan Sotnyk, Elena Subach, Oleksandr Surovtsov, Liubomyr Tymkiv, Vasyl Tkachenko, Yaroslav Futymskyi, Roman Khimei, Dasha Chechushkova, Taras Shevchenko, understurctures.

Designer: Katya Drozd

Translator of the texts from Ukrainian into English: Iryna Kurhanska

Editor: Zoe Turner

Photographer: Anna Tytarenko

Publishing house: ist publishing

Print: private enterprise “KOLO", Drohobych, Ukraine


Exhibition team

Program and executive director: Bozhena Pelenska

Operations and executive director: Tetiana Fedoruk

Management: Yuliia Sapiha

Communications: Mariia Shvets, Yuliana Chorna

Financial support: Rymma Hladka

Design: Katya Drozd

Architecture: ФОРМА

Technical direction, installation of the exhibition: Metamuseum