Ukrainian Culture After February 24, 2022: A Victim Condemned to War or a Phoenix Rising from the Ashes?

La cultura ucraniana después del 24 de febrero de 2022: ¿Una víctima condenada a la guerra o un ave fénix que renace de sus cenizas?

Cultura ucraniana depois de 24 de fevereiro de 2022: ¿Uma vítima condenada à guerra ou uma fênix ressurgindo das cinzas?

Autores/as

  • Julia Romanenkova Borys Grinchenko Kyiv Metropolitan University
  • Natalia Kolosova National Aviation University,

Palabras clave:

arte, cultura ucraniana, gráficos, guerra, proyecto (es).

Palabras clave:

art, Ukrainian culture, Graphics, war, folk dance projection (en).

Palabras clave:

arte, cultura ucraniana, gráficos, guerra, projeto (pt).

Resumen (en)

The article aims to outline the state of artistic processes in Ukraine since February 24,
2022, the date on which Russia's full-scale invasion began. It characterizes a brief period of upheaval, a kind of silence in culture, during which artists were confronted with a crossroads, of being or not being, as well as with the question of self-identification and the determination of perspectives: To form a new system of national orientation, a cultural code, or to direct energy to the survival and transformation of goals? abandoning art to its fate? It considers the complex set of aspects that led to a boom in artistic activity in mid-2022 and the first half of 2023 while outlining the culture-shaping factors and stimuli of the artistic life of Ukrainians. It also analyzes the processes that currently sustain the Ukrainian art scene: the constant disappearance of existing works of art and the organization of exhibitions within Ukraine to preserve the artistic life of the country.

Resumen (es)

El objetivo del artículo es esbozar el estado de los procesos artísticos en Ucrania desde el 24 de febrero de 2022, fecha en la que inició la invasión a gran escala de Rusia. Se caracteriza un breve período de conmoción, una especie de silencio en la cultura, durante el cual
los artistas se vieron confrontados con una encrucijada —ser o no ser—, así como con la cuestión de la autoidentificación y la determinación de perspectivas: ¿Formar un nuevo sistema de orientación nacional, un código cultural, o dirigir la energía a la supervivencia y la transformación de los objetivos, abandonando el arte a su suerte? Se considera el complejo grupo de aspectos que condujeron a un auge de la actividad artística a mediados de 2022 y la primera mitad de 2023, al tiempo que se esbozan los factores formadores de cultura
y los estímulos de la vida artística de los ucranianos. Se analizan también los procesos que actualmente sostienen la escena artística ucraniana: la constante desaparición de obras de arte existentes y la organización de exhibiciones dentro de Ucrania en aras de preservar la vida artística del país.

Resumen (pt)

O objetivo do artigo é descrever o estado dos processos artísticos na Ucrânia desde 24 de fevereiro de 2022, data em que começou a invasão em grande escala da Rússia. Caracteriza um breve período de agitação, uma espécie de silêncio na cultura, durante o qual os artistas foram confrontados com uma encruzilhada do ser ou não ser, bem como com a questão da autoidentificação e da determinação de perspetivas: Formar um novo sistema de orientação nacional, um código cultural, ou direcionar energia para a sobrevivência e transformação de objetivos? Abandonar a arte à sua sorte? Considera o complexo conjunto de aspetos que levaram a um boom da atividade artística em meados de 2022 e no primeiro semestre de 2023, ao mesmo tempo que descreve os fatores e estímulos que moldam a cultura da vida artística dos ucranianos. Também analisa os processos que atualmente sustentam a cena artística ucraniana: o constante desaparecimento de obras de arte existentes e a organização de exposições dentro da Ucrânia, a fim de preservar a vida artística do país.

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APA

Romanenkova, J., y Kolosova, N. (2024). Ukrainian Culture After February 24, 2022: A Victim Condemned to War or a Phoenix Rising from the Ashes?. Calle 14 revista de investigación en el campo del arte, 19(36), 446–460. https://doi.org/10.14483/21450706.21745

ACM

[1]
Romanenkova, J. y Kolosova, N. 2024. Ukrainian Culture After February 24, 2022: A Victim Condemned to War or a Phoenix Rising from the Ashes?. Calle 14 revista de investigación en el campo del arte. 19, 36 (may 2024), 446–460. DOI:https://doi.org/10.14483/21450706.21745.

ACS

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Romanenkova, J.; Kolosova, N. Ukrainian Culture After February 24, 2022: A Victim Condemned to War or a Phoenix Rising from the Ashes?. calle 14 rev. investig. campo arte 2024, 19, 446-460.

ABNT

ROMANENKOVA, Julia; KOLOSOVA, Natalia. Ukrainian Culture After February 24, 2022: A Victim Condemned to War or a Phoenix Rising from the Ashes?. Calle 14 revista de investigación en el campo del arte, [S. l.], v. 19, n. 36, p. 446–460, 2024. DOI: 10.14483/21450706.21745. Disponível em: https://revistas.udistrital.edu.co/index.php/c14/article/view/21745. Acesso em: 14 jul. 2024.

Chicago

Romanenkova, Julia, y Natalia Kolosova. 2024. «Ukrainian Culture After February 24, 2022: A Victim Condemned to War or a Phoenix Rising from the Ashes?». Calle 14 revista de investigación en el campo del arte 19 (36):446-60. https://doi.org/10.14483/21450706.21745.

Harvard

Romanenkova, J. y Kolosova, N. (2024) «Ukrainian Culture After February 24, 2022: A Victim Condemned to War or a Phoenix Rising from the Ashes?», Calle 14 revista de investigación en el campo del arte, 19(36), pp. 446–460. doi: 10.14483/21450706.21745.

IEEE

[1]
J. Romanenkova y N. Kolosova, «Ukrainian Culture After February 24, 2022: A Victim Condemned to War or a Phoenix Rising from the Ashes?», calle 14 rev. investig. campo arte, vol. 19, n.º 36, pp. 446–460, may 2024.

MLA

Romanenkova, Julia, y Natalia Kolosova. «Ukrainian Culture After February 24, 2022: A Victim Condemned to War or a Phoenix Rising from the Ashes?». Calle 14 revista de investigación en el campo del arte, vol. 19, n.º 36, mayo de 2024, pp. 446-60, doi:10.14483/21450706.21745.

Turabian

Romanenkova, Julia, y Natalia Kolosova. «Ukrainian Culture After February 24, 2022: A Victim Condemned to War or a Phoenix Rising from the Ashes?». Calle 14 revista de investigación en el campo del arte 19, no. 36 (mayo 20, 2024): 446–460. Accedido julio 14, 2024. https://revistas.udistrital.edu.co/index.php/c14/article/view/21745.

Vancouver

1.
Romanenkova J, Kolosova N. Ukrainian Culture After February 24, 2022: A Victim Condemned to War or a Phoenix Rising from the Ashes?. calle 14 rev. investig. campo arte [Internet]. 20 de mayo de 2024 [citado 14 de julio de 2024];19(36):446-60. Disponible en: https://revistas.udistrital.edu.co/index.php/c14/article/view/21745

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