The video platform of Shcherbenko Art Centre is an archive of video works, documentations of performances and films by Ukrainian artists. The video platform was established in order to provide an opportunity for all those interested in culture to have access to video works at any time outside their display in certain exhibition projects. Originally created in the spring of 2020 as a virtual alternative to offline exhibitions during quarantine, the video platform quickly filled the gap with access to contemporary Ukrainian video art.

The archive presents the works of artists with whom Shcherbenko Art Centre and Bottega Gallery have collaborated over the last 12 years. Among the artists presented in the archive are Danylo Galkin, Maria Kulikovska, Maria Proshkowska, Alina Maksymenko, Anna Naduda, Yarema Malashchuk and Roman Himey, Lia Dostlieva and Andrii Dostliev, Serhiy Petliuk, Tiberiy Szilvashi and others.

The presented works represent a number of issues and topics relevant to contemporary art discourse, including feminist studies and issues of women’s labour, identity and differences in mentality, collective trauma and memory politics, variability of social types and image of the crowd, conflict and war, criticism of the political system, etc.

Videos are available for viewing anywhere, anytime.

How Will We Remember?

Video, 14'10'', 2022

Armianovski Piotr
On the blade

Documentation of the performance, 6'45'', 2022

Proshkowska Maria

Documentation of the performance, fragment, 16h. 41m. 1s., 2020

Proshkowska Maria

documentation of the performance, 21'34, 2013

Kulikovska Maria
performance “Lustration / Ablution №4”


Kulikovska Maria

Documentation of the performance, 1 h., 12 min., 12 s., 2021

Proshkowska Maria

mono-screen video, 06’01 ’’, 2020

Maksimenko Alina
The Shell

Performance, video documentation, 09'49'', 2015

Naduda Anna

docufiction, 2018, 8'48''

Malashchuk Yarema & Himey Roman