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And whoever believes in Me will never die

Vasilisa Palianina 2020 – 2021
  • embroidery
  • collage
Embroidery on a cotton, 180 х 400 cm

Selected events

  • Vasilisa Palianina author
  • Mariam Asatryan participant
  • Kristina Brukshtyn participant
  • Sashen Holerik participant
  • Ira J. participant
  • Sasha Dorskaya participant
  • Uliana Dulkina participant
  • Kate Ignashevich participant
  • Tatsiana Karpachova participant
  • Tasha Katsuba participant
  • Hanna Kruk participant
  • Masha Mаroz participant
  • Polina Sirisko participant
  • Alexandra Esipovich participant

Author's comment:

An appeal to the cultural tradition of embroidery is a fixation of the female context in the political agenda of Belarus. The roots of the potato intertwine with the patriarchal ideology of the Belarusian state and the protest movement of 2020. An agricultural mythology emerges that Belarussian is born from the root potato and cultivated as a representative of the patient agrarian people. 

Women's groups gathered to create the four-meter embroidery canvas. Collective labor here is a general trance and psychotherapeutic effect.

  • lukashenka's regime
  • angel
  • collage
  • dream logic
  • embroidery and tapestry
  • ethnography
  • feminism
  • figurativeness
  • mythology
  • political
  • portrait
  • potato
  • power services
  • protests
  • textile
  • texts and slogans
  • vyshyvanka