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Cross Section, Kyiv, Ukraine (Local News Item)
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Cross Section, a series of physical encounters taking place on Triokhsviatytelska Street in Kiev, starting from the Ukrainian House and heading towards the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The public was invited to join and experience various modes of civic behavior, and to embody political and existential, social, personal positions.  The route is an urban corridor connecting two significant geopolitical points in the city: the: the Ukrainian House former was occupied during the 2013–2014 uprising and used as the people's housea center of operations for the protestors, while the Ministry of Foreign Affairs latter is an institution of governmental power, standing amidst the current ongoing struggle on for Ukraine’s future.  Along this route, Public Movement performed moments of resistance, compassion, joy and conflict. Cross Section included scattered ceremonies, exercises of citizenship, and manifestations of power and of vulnerability. Over the course of the previous year, the streets of Kiev have inhabited different types of cooperation, order and disorder have inhabited the streets. Cross Section offered a temporal structure of physical memory to be experienced together in public, a ritual that disappears while it happens, echoing the the nature of events that are still unfolding.  Cross Section was comissioned by the Pinchuk Art Center as part of the Future Generation Art Prize 2014. The action was executed by local performers, who are thus becoming a new cell of Public Movement in Kiev.  Cross Section includes excerpts from the actions: "Also Thus!" and "Positions" that were created by Omer Krieger and Dana Yahalomi.  Public Movement was founded in December 2006 by Omer Krieger and Dana Yahalomi, the latter assumed sole leadership in 2011. For more information, visit: http://www.publicmovement.org/

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Cross Section, Kyiv, Ukraine (Local News Item)

Cross Section, a series of physical encounters taking place on Triokhsviatytelska Street in Kiev, starting from the Ukrainian House and heading towards the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The public was invited to join and experience various modes of civic behavior, and to embody political and existential, social, personal positions.  The route is an urban corridor connecting two significant geopolitical points in the city: the: the Ukrainian House former was occupied during the 2013–2014 uprising and used as the people's housea center of operations for the protestors, while the Ministry of Foreign Affairs latter is an institution of governmental power, standing amidst the current ongoing struggle on for Ukraine’s future.  Along this route, Public Movement performed moments of resistance, compassion, joy and conflict. Cross Section included scattered ceremonies, exercises of citizenship, and manifestations of power and of vulnerability. Over the course of the previous year, the streets of Kiev have inhabited different types of cooperation, order and disorder have inhabited the streets. Cross Section offered a temporal structure of physical memory to be experienced together in public, a ritual that disappears while it happens, echoing the the nature of events that are still unfolding.  Cross Section was comissioned by the Pinchuk Art Center as part of the Future Generation Art Prize 2014. The action was executed by local performers, who are thus becoming a new cell of Public Movement in Kiev.  Cross Section includes excerpts from the actions: "Also Thus!" and "Positions" that were created by Omer Krieger and Dana Yahalomi.  Public Movement was founded in December 2006 by Omer Krieger and Dana Yahalomi, the latter assumed sole leadership in 2011. For more information, visit: http://www.publicmovement.org/

 The CDA's archives are operating with the support of the Ostrovsky Family Fund and Artis
 

 The CDA's archives are operating with the support of the Ostrovsky Family Fund and Artis