Jan Bačynsjkyj/Yana Bachynska. A special screening

You are invited to a special show of films by the Ukrainian artist Jan Bačynsjkyj/Yana Bachynska.
During the screening in the yard of Pałac Potockich we will present five films made in the years

The screening is dedicated exclusively for adults. It will feature films whose content might be hard to watch for some viewers because of scenes involving nudity and violence as well as addressing subjects that are sensitive in terms of world view and morals.

Admission tickets at the price of 2 zł to be purchased at the Gallery ticket office before the screening.

The show is a part of Equality May 2022.


What Is to Be Done?, 2021 – while looking for an idea to spend the day a group of young girls decide
to try fortune telling. During the séance they ponder on the definition of contemporary Ukrainian
identity. Holy Mother and the Ghost of Communism come to their aid.

My Grandfather’s skin, 2020 – the history of the artist’s gradfather. Yan Bachynski recalls oral stories,
makes use of clothes belonging to the deceased and locations relating to him, such as the seat
of the Council of Ministers – his former workplace. As a result of this complex artistic strategy Yan
creates the image of common past.

Digestion, 2020 – a short story about a cross-gender relationship that shows the consequences
of violence and the liberating aspect of the sense of justice.

Non-binary, 2020 – is an unusual love story of a three-legged being whom we accompany while it is
getting ready for a date. The film addresses the problems of homophobia and intolerance in a
grotesque style.

Sect Society, 2020 – the film is about a group of friends who jointly experience auditory hallucinations.
They receive messages from the future, in which Queer Utopia is a fact. The film has been divided into
ten parts, each of which relates to a different issue, such as maternity, literature, language, physics
or religion.

Jan Bačynsjkyj/Yana Bachynska (b. 1991, Ukraine)
Multimedia artist and performer. Graduate of philosophy at the Taras Shevchenko National University
of Kyiv (2008–2013) and multimedia at the Academy of Art in Szczecin (2016–2019). In his art
Bachynski addresses the problems related to commemorating historic events, utopia as well
as the questions of sexuality and gender identity.He often uses public space as a medium for his works.

Unconventional beauty practices, 2020


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