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  1. Archaeology Of Progress is a series of site-specific works examining the notion of progress through the critical lens. Through the medium of sound performance and installation, using local archives and techniques like sampling, improvisation and field recording, I look into histories, as well as micro-histories of the places to shed light on larger narratives of industrialization, the twisted ways of coloniality and ideologic mythmaking.

  2. Archaeology Of Progress. Lviv (2017)

    This project originates from the abandoned Sewing Factory on Nalyvaiko Street in Lviv, Ukraine. Through the medium of an audio essay I explore the textile industry's symbiotic relationship with progress, both within the context of Lviv and in the broader scope of history. This exploration is closely intertwined with my personal journey of uncovering the factory's elusive history.