Monthly Archives: June 2008

On the way to Borislav

Wednesday afternoon we had decided to go to Borislav, the town where Aharon Weiss’ story took place. We wanted to check out the houses where his family and their neighbor’s family Yulia used to live, talk to the current residents … Continue reading

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Lviv by storm

A few days ago, we had to meet people in the city, so I checked the weather channel online before going out of the house. Living in DC for two years does that to you. It said chances of rain. … Continue reading

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Florian

It has been a while since I posted anything, but I guess filming all day long and keeping a blog don’t really go well together. To keep things consistent, I will continue were I had left off. Sunday morning, just … Continue reading

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Kyiv for a day – Chemistry of Tolerance

On the last post I had mentioned we would be going back to Kyiv to film the instructors’ meeting from the Chemistry of Tolerance course. The journey was exhausting but very interesting. We left Lviv at 5 am (it’s becoming … Continue reading

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Lviv

I had heard a lot about the city. Olia really loves it and had told me many stories about her home town. I also saw the reaction of Ukrainian people in the US when I told them I would be … Continue reading

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Poem to Land of Dilemmas

Our video installation was exhibited this year as part of Artomatic (See previous post). We would like to thank the wonderful people at Artomatic who worked day and night (literally) in order to make this great month long event happen.  … Continue reading

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Kyiv Day III

Here starts the paradox. 30 minutes away from the huge buildings, heavy traffic, big memorials and fancy boats, I ended up playing with baby rabbits and counting chicken! We went to the village of Kodaki to pick up Olia’s children … Continue reading

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