Group 25 (1)

ne day, the war of russia against Ukraine has completely changed the current reality.

Pixelated Realities PO launches a war-documentary project “The Museum of Ukrainian Victory” to reflect the full picture of this gruesome war.

Three-dimensional reconstructions, whether of a devastated home or the rusting shell of a burnt-out car, convey emotions and truth way more immersive than traditional war photography. Our emergency war-documentary aims to preserve in 3D the evidence of russian invasion and represent objects of historical importance which suffered or changed their function drastically in Ukraine.

One day, the war of russia against Ukraine has completely changed the current reality.

Pixelated Realities PO launches a war-documentary project “The Museum of Ukrainian Victory” to reflect the full picture of this gruesome war.

Three-dimensional reconstructions, whether of a devastated home or the rusting shell of a burnt-out car, convey emotions and truth way more immersive than traditional war photography. Our emergency war-documentary aims to preserve in 3D the evidence of russian invasion and represent objects of historical importance which suffered or changed their function drastically in Ukraine.

The exhibition takes a look back at the fragility of the welfare, of the things, which we as people take for granted. Simultaneously, it represents the hope of Ukrainian people to win back their quiet lives.

The name of the meta-museum itself reflects on the phenomena of the confidence in the Victory, which is widespread among Ukrainians.

The gruesome war is going on, but the objects collected through 3D scanning will soon become a history, as the traces of destruction are unceasingly removed from the streets of Ukrainian cities.

It means the time comes to ask the questions of what should be recovered and rebuilt. Let us look for the answer together.

The exhibition takes a look back at the fragility of the welfare, of the things, which we as people take for granted. Simultaneously, it represents the hope of Ukrainian people to win back their quiet lives.

The name of the meta-museum itself reflects on the phenomena of the confidence in the Victory, which is widespread among Ukrainians.

The gruesome war is going on, but the objects collected through 3D scanning will soon become a history, as the traces of destruction are unceasingly removed from the streets of Ukrainian cities.

It means the time comes to ask the questions of what should be recovered and rebuilt. Let us look for the answer together.

Forum of Digital
Heritage for
Recovery

  • 9:30 Opening
  • 9:50 Intro from the hosting city: Andrii Sadovy, mayor of Lviv
  • 10:00 Panel: EU-UA best practices. How can we learn from each other
  • 11:30 Panel: 3D Scanning during war. Results of 2022
  • 13:00 Panel: The hope for the future. What should outlast the war
  • 15:00 series of PRESENTATIONS OF HERITAGE PRESERVATION PROJECTS
  • 16:30 Curator’s tour to the exhibition

Forum of Digital
Heritage for
Recovery

  • 9:30 Opening
  • 9:50 Intro from the hosting city: Andrii Sadovy, mayor of Lviv
  • 10:00 Panel: EU-UA best practices. How can we learn from each other
  • 11:30 Panel: 3D Scanning during war. Results of 2022
  • 13:00 Panel: The hope for the future. What should outlast the war
  • 15:00 series of PRESENTATIONS OF HERITAGE PRESERVATION PROJECTS
  • 16:30 Curator’s tour to the exhibition
Irpen Bridge. War consequences
12.03.2022
Kyiv drone strike on Zhylianska St
12.03.2022
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Destroyed BTR. Skybyn village
12.03.2022
Irpen Bridge. War consequences
12.03.2022
Kyiv drone strike on Zhylianska St
12.03.2022
Destroyed BTR. Skybyn village
12.03.2022
View all objects