Any war is a disaster, it is a trauma in the space of memory. This is an experience that is difficult to live through and comprehend, it affects entire generations, our ideas about security, justice, and the permission to  use violence. The memory of wars is a space where the state occupies a lot of space, storing the narratives that support it. To understand the influence of state narratives, it is important to look at history personally, at the grassroots level.

Our exhibit is a mindmap collected from images, memes, fragments of family history, and personal experience.

This is the collective memory imprint of a group of people, some of whom support the war in Ukraine, some of whom are against it. We want to look for a connection between current citizenship and how people remember the Second World War, and what narratives they consider the most important in it.