One day more – Art installation 

06-09-2022 til 29-10-2022

One day more – Art installation

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The artwork by the Ukrainian artist Yevgenia Belorusets is on display at the Citizens’ Garden in Brussels.

One day more – Art installation

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One day more is a powerful artwork by Ukrainian artist Yevgenia Belorusets commissioned by EUNIC Brussels and the European Cultural Foundation, to support those who are working and living in the war zone. Produced in Kharkiv, under exceptional circumstances of Russia's full-scale war against Ukraine, the artwork is transported across borders, finding its temporary home in the Citizens' Garden of the European Parliament in Brussels, where it is accessible to the public from the 6 September until the 29 October 2022.

The table, a sign of solidarity, hopes to become a place of gathering and sharing, and a place to contemplate the words of Yevgenia Belorusets' wartime diary. With entries from the diary carved into the surfaces of the table, these experiences are engraved into the hard metal as well as that of collective memory.

"Called One day more, this installation allows me to ponder the weight of a single day in the warzone. Words become one with things. In this war, the ruins of objects and cities will bear witness together with human beings. The surface of this object becomes rusted over: memory grows less distinct, but it does not vanish" – shares Yevgenia Belorusets.

About Yevgenia Belorusets


Alexis Haulot © European Union 2022 – Yevgenia Belorusets speaking at the inauguration of One Day More, on the 6 September 2022 in the Citizens’ Garden in Brussels

Yevgenia Belorusets is a Ukrainian artist, writer, and photographer born in Kyiv in 1980. She lives and works between Berlin and Kyiv. In her works, she calls attention to the most vulnerable sections of Ukrainian society.

Yevgenia is a co-founder of the journal Prostory, a member of the interdisciplinary curatorial collective Hudrada, an author of the photo series Victories of the Defeated and books Lucky Breaks (2022) and Series of Lectures on the Modern Life of Animals (2021).

Her works meet at the intersection of visual art, literature, journalism, and activism making a solid connection between document and artistic language.

The most recent work The War Diary was presented alongside the wartime work of Ukrainian artists Nikita Kadan and Lesia Khomenko on the occasion of their exhibition at the 59th Venice Biennale.

The Diary is available to read online.


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