On February 7, at 7PM, as part of the Armed and Dangerous project, Anna Hrytsenko will talk about extreme right movements in Ukraine.
During the lecture, Anna Hrytsenko, a researcher on far right movements, will outline the process of mobilizing young people in extreme right movements, something which has been observed in Ukraine in recent years. Can we talk about a new political mood? How do teenagers get involved in hate crimes? What are the unique benefits offered to them?
Anna Hrytsenko is a researcher of extreme right movements; graduated from the Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, the Faculty of Sociology. Research interests are right radicalism and gender studies. Co-author of the publication Gender, Religion and Nationalism in Ukraine.
February 7 (Thursday); 7 PM
IZONE Creative Community; the 4th floor, Studio 1
8 Naberezhno-Luhova St. (Kyiv, Ukraine)
Entry is free
On January 31, at 7 PM, IZOLYATSIA invites to the opening of the video-series project Armed and Dangerous. The project reflects on the ambiguous state of Ukrainian society undergoing an external intervention and internal disruptive movements. Armed and Dangerous is a project-platform that brings together a group of artists and film directors working on the intersection of contemporary art and experimental cinema. From January 31 to March 17, as part of the project, there will be a public programme including a series of cinema screenings, discussions and lectures.