Ukraine, Ukraine Encounters, 2022


Born 1985 in Ukraine. Studied engineering, contemporary art, and film studies. Active as a film history researcher, co-curator of film programs and exhibitions at the Oleksandr Dovzhenko National Centre in Kyiv (2015–). Co-founder of the art and film union ruїns collective (2017–21). As an artist, group exhibitions and art projects include Armed and Dangerous (2019), Gray Cube (2018), Climate Emergency Movement (2019), Creating Ruin (2018, 2019), Un/archiving post/industry (2021), Kyiv Biennial (2021), UNFOLDING LANDSCAPES (2022), (2022), Chain Reaction (2022). As a director, film festivals include Ji.hlava International Documentary Film Festival (2014, 2018), The International Short Film Festival Oberhausen (2022), FIDMarseille, Festival International de Cinéma de Marseille (2022), Glasgow Short Film Festival (2022), Docudays UA International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival (2020). Joint exhibition NHT (2020) with Teta Tsybulnyk at Mala Нalereia of Mystetskyi Arsenal, Kyiv. Nominated for the PinchukArtCentre Prize 2020, a nationwide prize in contemporary art for young Ukrainian artists.

Oleksandr Teliuk stayed in Berlin in November/December 2022 with a fellowship from the DAAD Encounters with Ukrainian Artists Program and participated in the series Peilung#3.

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