Barricades and tents were still on the Maidan several months after the protesters’ victory. Some said the revolution wasn’t over yet, and the centre of Kyiv had to remain occupied. The others thought it was time to start working in regions and governmental offices. In August 2014, municipal services and participants of the Maidan gathered to clean it up. The atmosphere reminded me of the classic Ukrainian novel The Black Council by Panteleimon Kulish.
Piotr Armianovski was born in 1985 in Donetsk, Ukraine. He is a film director and performer. He has studied in Donetsk, Kyiv, Moscow and Lviv. His teachers include Klim, Marina Abramović and Janusz Bałdyga. His documentaries have been screened at festivals in Ukraine, Estonia, Germany, France and the United States. He’s based in Kyiv, Ukraine.
Volodya, the Hero of the Revolution (2015), Me and Mariupol (2017), Mustard in the Gardens (2018)