EYESORE magazine is a contemporary platform for exploring politics, cultures, issues through investigation of cities. I wrote an article for their latest issue, commenting on my experience in post-revolution Kyiv back in 2017. The article features interviews with young people who took part in the revolution and how they feel it has affected Ukraine several years on, as well as looking into the Kyiv activist scene.
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For 5 days, a bright red barge was moored in Granary Square, Kings Cross, displaying the work of 6 young illustrators. I used the opportunity to display a variety of paintings and drawings from the past three years, encompassing landscapes, portraits and scenes from films; something a little different from my usual, political route. It was a fantastic chance to show my work in Central London, which would otherwise have cost an unfeasibly disgusting amount for a young artist. So if you are looking for a floatable, alternative and affordable space to put on an exhibition, performance or even a cinema screening check out: